The Reputation Of Brutus In William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar

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Continuing on their plan, they had reached the step to kill Caesar. They thought their plot could be ended right there, however, at Caesar’s funeral Antony used his words to praise the conspirators ironically. Antony artfully fomented dissension between the citizens and the conspirators. Artfully incited the people against Brutus and the others, Antony provoked a civil war. During the war, sadly the conspirators had no food or money support, and they began robbing the people of the neighbor. Because of the bad reputation, they grew weaker and weaker. Unavoidably they would meet Antony and Octavious’s armies at some point. Diverse on the opinions, Brutus argued with Cassius that they must march to Philippi, otherwise the enemy would gain more
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