Marcus Brutus is a character in William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar which depends on the roles of the story of occasions in Rome over 2,000 years back. Caesar’s untrustworthy friend , Portia’s husband, and a honorable Roman. Nonetheless, he leads different plotters and kills Caesar. People frequently question, is Brutus a saint or a back stabber? Brutus isn’t a legend nor a lowlife since he isn’t absolutely awful or great. Brutus doesn’t kill Caesar for control, yet for the sake of Rome. Brutus isn’t a backstabber since he confides in Antony and declines to kill him. Brutus is an fool since he is careless and accordingly their activities fall flat.
Last updated: March 3, 2019