He would react in interest to how he can take this event in to his own imagination of a horror classic. To Brutus specifically, he would be reminded of many of his previous characters most similarily to Annie Wilkes who's obssessio have driven to insanity and in Brutus's case in involving himself in Caesar's murder. King as a human would eventually condemn Brutus' actions, but as an author would fully understand the madness in Brutus in the world of corrupt Roman politics, because at the end of the both Stephen and Brutus knew that Caesar would a saint of a character either, he was a ruthless dictator.
Apr 16th, 2015
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