In the play Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare there are many different relationships between characters

In the play Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare there are many different relationships between characters. The partnership between Brutus and Caesar is one of the most important shocking betrayals in literature. While some of these friendships may be sincere, others may be a little more one sided political alliances.
Brutus and Cassius’s personalities differ in many ways, causing them to have a corrupt relationships. Brutus is an honest and hardworking man. In many ways, Brutus is a very selfless man. He is also shown as a naive man when he lets Mark Antony speak to Rome after he killed Caesar. He didn’t realize how the rules that he gives to Mark Antony could cause Rome to turn against him. Brutus always has Rome’s best intentions in mind. He debates whether he wants to join the conspirators because he doesn’t want to kill Caesar.