causeing them to start a riot. Brutus did not question what he was told, assuming it was always true. Brutus speech was very short and to the point and spoke to the logic of the people in the crowd. The styles of the two speeches were very different from each other. Antony's speech was long and it evoked pity and other strong emotions. He and the Conspirators approaches the stand with their hands dripping in Caesar's blood. As the Pepsi Generation Antony identified each slice, he named the man who did.
However, he says that line sarcastically, and soon proves to his audience that. Specifically, he says, "Not that I loved Caesar less, but that I loved Rome more." (Act III, Scene ii, 21-22) This" proves and summarizes the point in Brutus ' speech. Antony, opposed to the assassination, felt that he should avenge Julius's death. It is difficult for Antony to use ethos in his speech, because of his reputation as a play boy or party animal that wasnt serious about anything. The crowd already had a bad impression of Antony, so it would be very interactions between the Nativ difficult for him to give himself credibility and a positive image in the eyes of the crowd. Brutus appears to be naive throughout the whole play because he believed everyone was as honorable. It contained facts about Caesar's ambition. Not only does this get them to do what he wants, it also give the crowd a false sense of authority over Antony. Antony cant say that, brutus is a bad person, he starts off with an ethical appeal. A battle erupted, and most of the conspirators committed suicide.
Brutus ' speech is very formal, controlled, and it seems that all of the sentences are perfectly balanced. Julius Caesar.friend, brutus and the Conspirators. When Brutus spoke at Caesars funeral, he appealed to the peoples logic and Antony spoke to the emotions of the people. A battle started, and most of the conspirators committed suicide.