In the play, Julius Caesar an important Soliloquy occurs in Act II,scene 1, lines 10-34. The passage is very important to the play because Brutus is deciding whether to join the conspiracy or not. Also an example of foreshadowing is used in the passage, because Brutus thinks, through the natural course of life, people with power become tyrants after a while. In the passage, conflict is also used because Brutus has to decide whether or not to betray Julius or join the conflict against Julius.
To support my thesis is Brutus is deciding if he should join the conspiracy against
Julius Caesar or not to join the conspiracy, this can be proved because Brutus says,
I know no reason to spurn him, But
for the general. He would be crowned.
How that might change his nature, there's the question.
( II, ii, 11-14)
Here Brutus is saying that he says no personal reason to kill him, but if Julius is crowned king, he would proba...