In one corner: Brutus, wearing trunks of bloody red. In the other, wearing gold: Mark Antony, friend of Julius Caesar. These two areabout to square off before a mob at Caesar's funeral. Whose oration wins and why? In "Julius Caesar" William Shakespeare offers lessons in persuasion for lawyers.
Commentary: Public Speaking Lessons From "Julius Caesar"
February 4, 2013
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