Mark Antony's Heroic Making In Julius Caesar

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One such example of Antony’s heroic makings is his loyalty to his greatest friend, the betrayed Julius Caesar. This loyalty can be easily witnessed in the first few scenes of the play. Some of his first words spoken in the play are “I shall remember: When Caesar says ‘Do this,’ it is performed.” Antony’s willingness to listen to Caesar is shown quite well in those words. However it is not just Mark Antony’s spoken word that reveals his loyalty but, his actions as well. Not only does he go on to do just as Caesar asked of him, but Antony does as he believes to be right and needed. After the death of his friend, Antony takes action to avenge Caesar because he believes revenge is necessary. Nonetheless, the way in which Antony gets his revenge
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