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  1. Compare the style and impact of Brutus and Antony’s orations in Act 3 Scene 2 of “Julius Caesar”.

    The aspect of their speeches I am comparing is the language they use. Both Brutus and Antony use language in different ways to make their speeches effective. In my opinion Antony's use of language totally outshines Brutus'. They both use the words "honourable" and "ambitious" but use it in different ways. Brutus uses "honourable" to explain himself and "ambition" and "ambitious" as his reasoning to murder. Brutus use "honourable" to remind the crowd about his reputation as he comes from a very famous roman family who created the roman republic. He does this so the crowd listen and respect him.

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