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In William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, Tag Antony pleads along with his “Friends, Romans (and) countrymen” to lend him their ears in order to exonerate Caesar from fake fees laid against him. The three primary conspirators in Caesar’s murder, Brutus, Cassius and casca portrayed Caesar as an ambitious tyrant to the Roman people. After Caesar was killed by his friends and comrades unjustly, the crowd was persuaded to think that his death was essential for the nice of the republic. Nevertheless, Antony’s oration manipulates the crowd through the use of pathetic appeals cleverly, enargeia especially, into rebelling against the assassins and mourning the loss of life of Caesar. Caesar’s untimely and unnecessary loss of life created a distinctive rhetorical minute that Marc Antony seized. Bitzer says in his content “The Rhetorical Scenario” that “a specific discourse makes existence due to some particular condition or circumstance which invites utterance” (Bitzer 41). Based on the assassins, Caesar’s murder was essential for the good of all Roman citizens, who unquestioningly thought Brutus’s accusations that Caesar was unfit and ambitious to govern Rome. Marc Antony used his speech to regain the citizens and unite them in grief and outrage at Caesar’s murder. Among Marc Antony’s goals as he ascended to the pulpit was to refute the promises of Caesar’s guilt of ambition: “I thrice offered him a kingly crown, / Which he do thrice refuse: was this ambition? / However Brutus says he was ambitious; / And, sure, he's an honourable guy. / I speak never to disprove what Brutus spoke” (3.2.98-102). He reminded the general public that Caesar have been offered the chance to become crowned King of Rome 3 x, and each right period Caesar got refused it...