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julius caesar

Explain Marc Antony Character.


Marc Antony, in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, is highly loyal to Caesar, intelligent, a great speaker, noble, but also tenacious, cruel, and ruthless when he needs to be.

Thought to be only a playboy by Brutus before the assassination, Antony turns out to be smarter and more gifted than the conspirators.  He manipulates Brutus into allowing him to speak at Caesar's funeral, and subsequently turns the mob against the conspirators and sets off a civil war.

Yet, he respects Brutus, praising his nemesis once he's defeated as the only conspirator that assassinated Caesar out of loyalty to Rome, rather than out of personal gain.

At the same time, in Act 4, Antony agrees to the executions of numerous Romans and actually agrees to the death of a cousin.

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