In Act I of The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, Cassius tells Brutus that the name Brutus is “as fair a name” as that of Caesar. Why does Cassius tell Brutus this information? A. to flatter him B. to cheer him C. to trick him D. to anger him
Based on "The Tragedy of Julius Caesar" Act I, when Cassius told Brutus that the name Brutus is a fair name than that of Caesar, Cassius tells this information to Brutus in order to flatter him. The answer for this would be option A. Hope this helps.