Table of Contents
- 1 How does Brutus respond to killing Antony?
- 2 What does Brutus say about Antony’s army?
- 3 What is Brutus tragic flaw?
- 4 What does the ghost say to Brutus?
- 5 Why is Brutus first letter awake?
- 6 Why is Brutus the tragic hero?
- 7 Which man is really in charge Brutus or Cassius?
- 8 What does Brutus say to the people at Caesar’s funeral?
How does Brutus respond to killing Antony?
Cassius then suggests that they would do well to kill Antony in addition to Caesar, but Brutus refuses, saying that this would make their plan too bloody. According to Brutus, they only stand against the spirit of Caesar, which he wishes could be destroyed without the necessity of killing the man himself.
What does Brutus say about Antony’s army?
What does Brutus think the army should do? While their army is at its largest, they should fight Antony and Octavius’s army while they will have the chance. What does Brutus’s attitude toward Lucius show about him? A caring person.
Why does the letter Brutus sleep when in fact he is still awake?
Why does the first Letter instruct Brutus to “Awake”? It accuses him of being asleep while Rome is falling to Caesar. It’s telling him to awake and make things right. Brutus had been so bothered inside by the thought of killing Caesar that he has had an internal insurrection and can’t sleep.
What is Brutus tragic flaw?
Brutus’ tragic flaws are part of what makes him a tragic hero. In Julius Caesar, Brutus is a great example of a tragic hero. His tragic flaws are honor, poor judgement, and idealism (Bedell). The conspirators wrote Brutus fake letters from the public to get him to join them.
What does the ghost say to Brutus?
When he sees the ghost, Brutus asks, “Speak to me what thou art,” and the ghost replies, “Thy evil spirit, Brutus” (IV,iii,280-281). This statement by Caesar’s ghost stirs the conscience of Brutus for his past acts as well as disturbing him as he ponders his future battle.
What Lucius gives Brutus?
What does Lucius give to Brutus in Scene I? He brings the forged note which had been thrown through Brutus’ window. Brutus is against including Cicero and against killing Mark Antony.
Why is Brutus first letter awake?
Why does the first Letter instruct Brutus to “Awake”? It accuses him of being asleep while Rome is falling to Caesar. It’s telling him to awake and make things right. Cassius suggests that they should kill mark Antony as well as Caesar because he is so loyal to Caesar.
Why is Brutus the tragic hero?
Marcus Brutus is a tragic hero because of his noble reputation, his moral personality, the cathartic experience that the audience feels from his life and his tragic flaw: idealism. Brutus is a tragic hero because he is well-respected in Roman society.
What is Brutus fatal flaw group of answer choices?
Caesar’s tragic flaw is his shyness; Brutus’ flaw is his ambition.
Which man is really in charge Brutus or Cassius?
Which man is in charge of the army against Brutus and Cassius? How do you know? Antony, because he gives the orders and does not like Octavius defying him.
What does Brutus say to the people at Caesar’s funeral?
What did Brutus say to the people at the funeral? He said that he loved Caesar but he loved Rome more. Brutus attempted to appeal to the crowd’s reason, to show them that the assassination was the only logical way to do the best thing for the people. It graphically shows the mood of the crowd.
Who is Brutus most loyal to?
Brutus. From the beginning of the play, the audience knows that Brutus is most loyal to Rome. He respects Caesar but loves Rome more. In Act I scene ii, Cassius asks if Brutus would like Caesar to be king.