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How does Marc Antony's rhetoric, such as his repeatedly calling Brutus an "honorable man," affect the crowd when he is giving his funeral speech in Act III? A. It makes the crowd confused over what has happened to Caesar. B. It makes the crowd hate Caesar for his ambition. C. It makes the crowd mistrust what Antony has to say about Brutus. D. It makes the crowd increasingly angry with the conspirators.

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  1. jaylelile
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    I would go with D as the rhetoric used in this situation would spark emotion in the audience and provoke feeling similar to what the speaker might be feeling or projecting.

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