How Is Julius Caesar Honorable

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In order to be honorable, one must earn the trust and loyalty of those who are around them. They must also have the skills to satisfy, as well as influence people in a positive direction. In Shakespeare’s play, Julius Caesar, Brutus is a Roman nobleman who acquires an extensive amount of support and deference as he rises to the elite level of Rome’s social hierarchy. Brutus, in attempt to gain glory and recognition, decides to pursue a path of reverse psychology to achieve what he is longing for. Weirdly enough, his sense of so-called “honor”, subsides as both a strength and a weakness. Brutus is a respectable man due to his prevailing compassion and kindness, generosity, and oddly enough, his acts of betrayal. “If it be aught toward
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