Analyzing The Character Of Brutus In 'Julius Caesar'

Satisfactory Essays

One of the first presentations was when the conspirators were plotting Caesar's assassination. Cassius knew that he could not do it without Brutus. Cassius is so jealous of Caesar and he doesn't believe he should have this power. “What trash is Rome, what rubbish, and what offal when it serves for the base matter to illuminate so vile a thing as Caesar.” (Act 1 Scene 3 ) He needs to do anything he can to kill Caesar even if that means trying to get his best friend to stab him in the back. “The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves, that we are underlings.” ( )This is Cassius telling Brutus that Caesar is growing in power and it is their fault but yet they are doing nothing to stop it. Cassius needs to change Brutus’s perspective

Get Access