Marc Antony's Tone In Julius Caesar

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In his soliloquy, Marc Antony creates a mournful yet sarcastic tone. In the context of this paragraph, Antony, a loyal subject of Caesar, was given the opportunity to speak at his funeral, as long as he did not speak poorly of the conspirators. Marc Antony proceeds to mourn over the death of Caesar and tells the funeral procession how Caesar was his "friend, faithful and just" to him. He also elucidates the people by telling them what great things Caesar has done for them like, "he hath brought many captives home from Rome". Even though Antony is grieving the death of his fearless leader, he is also creates a sarcastic tone towards Brutus. Because he isn't allowed to speak poorly about

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