Julius Caesar

Act 2

What does Brutus reveal in his soliloquy at the begining of Act 2?


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Brutus is musing about his reasons for killing Caesar. He thinks that with complete power, Caesar will become a tyrant. At the same time he admits that Caesar has not behaved as a tyrant,

to speak truth of Caesar,
I have not known when his affections sway'd
More than his reason.