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04-16-2003, 01:00 AM
thats rubbish, they didnt kill themselves because they were guilty, Brutus was honourable and decided to kill ceasar for the good of Rome, he wpuld rather be a "villager than a roman ruled by a king. the felt the greatness of romans was in their ability govern without a king. Another theme in the story is constantsy, Cassius is described as "constant as the northen star" and brutus was also constant, so they would not change their minds about killing Caesar

03-23-2005, 10:31 PM
I agree with you "anonymous". Yes, Brutus and Cassius commited suicde because Brutus was honourable, and it was a very honerable thing to do at that time to kill yourself. Good work "anonymous". Good job in studying : D<br>keep it up with all subjects and things

John Doe
05-24-2005, 06:07 PM
In this play Brutus and Cassius did commit suicide "partly in grief over murdering Caesar." Maybe the real history of Caesar they are brought back to Rome in chains, but not in this play.