The Acceptive Use Of Words In Shakespeare's Julius Caesar

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In society today, people will throw words out of their mouths like it means nothing, and they do not think about the upcoming consequences before they speak. Each year, at least 4,500 children commit suicide due to peers bullying them with their words. People do not realize how much power words have over people, definitely more than any other weapon known to mankind. In the play, Julius Caesar, a character named Mark Antony, uses his words to direct a crowd to his beliefs. Antony reads aloud Caesar’s will, and mocks the words; honorable and ambitious to describe Brutus and the conspirators. For example, “But Brutus says he [Caesar] was ambitious, and Brutus is an honorable man.” (Shakespeare 56) Mark Antony exaggerates his words so that

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