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  • Julius Caesar Cruel

    Panicking Seems Like a Good Answer “Et tu, Brute? Then fall Caesar.” (pg 863). In the play The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, Caesar took over the triumvirate and became a single ruler of all of Rome. He then started to turn into a tyrant, causing the Conspirators group to be created. This group was formed so Caesar could be killed. They then strategically planned a court case to occur, and everyone would be around Caesar at the same time, allowing them to have an opportunity to stab him. Once this…

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  • Julius Caesar's Personality

    Julius Caesar, a play believed to be written by Shakespeare in 1599. Is about of course Julius Caesar. The play for the most part does follow the events preceding Caesar’s death. The accounts of the wars fought are all backed up by old sources. The personality of Caesar though not completely controlling and overbearing was greatly understated. Included in the play that was not clearly historically correct were Caesar's sickness that he apparently battled. There is no historical reference or back…

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  • Is Julius Caesar Honorable

    A lot of people claim to be things that they are not in order to gain credibility from a particular crowd they might be trying to impress. The same tactic of exaggerating one’s true character is used in Many characters in Shakespeare’s play Julius Caesar claim to be honorable, but they do not always come across as honorable individuals in the audience’s point of view. A lot of main characters are perceived as honorable or claim honor but participate in activities that completely disprove their…

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  • Heroism In Julius Caesar

    Heroism is a very debatable topic in this day and age, I often find myself thinking, what truly does make a hero? I believe that in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, Caesar himself displays the most hero-like qualities, above all the other characters. I understand that that seems likes a very bold statement to make, so to prove it, I’ll have to answer the question I asked from before, what makes a hero? In my opinion there are three distinct qualities that make up a true hero. The first is respect,…

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  • Julius Caesar Rhetoric

    Julius Caesar, the to be king of Rome, has been slain by Brutus and others. Brutus, one man who spoke out, was a charismatic man who was a friend of Caesar. Antony, the other man who spoke out, was Caesar best friend and follower (like a dog). Once Caesar was slain Rome went into a panic and needed guidance after such a tragedy. Brutus appealed to the people of Rome through both ethos and logos. Brutus wanted them to hear him out after him slaying their to be leader. They needed a leader for…

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  • Julius Caesar Tragic Hero

    The Tragic Hero of Julius Caesar William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar focuses on Roman general, Gaius Julius Caesar, and the deviating circle that counters him, explicitly consisting of Marcus Junius Brutus and Gaius Cassius Longinus, and how they look at their diplomatic rank and the prospect of happiness in Rome. The play takes place in ancient Rome in 44 B.C. Rome is the heart of a domain broadening from Britain to North Africa and from Persia to Spain. Yet even as the kingdom sprouts…

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  • Similarities And Differences Of Julius Caesar

    Julius Caesar has many similarities and differences from real life to Shakespeare’s version of Julius Caesar. I am going to focus on the differences, similarities, and omitted facts between the two Julius Caesars. First I will tell about all the differences, then I will go through the similarities, and finally the omitted facts. Here I will tell you about the differences between the actual history of Julius Caesar and Shakespeare’s play. Shakespeare intended to play to be in the 18 century, but…

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  • Cleopatra's Ambition In Julius Caesar

    “I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him; The evil that men do lives after them, the good is oft interred with their bones...Caesar was ambitious…” (Julius Caesar, Shakespeare) The play, “Julius Caesar” by William Shakespeare lives up to how ambitious and greedy Caesar actually was. A group of Caesar’s closest friends and men devised a plan to assassinate this ambitious ruler. Caesar was put to death by his closest adversaries in front of the people of Rome before being crowned king. Caesar’s…

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  • Julius Caesar's Legacy Essay

    larger-than-life leaders in history Julius Caesar's death was almost as exciting as his short, but incredible life. Though, Julius Caesar’s ambition distracted him at times he still managed to leave behind an amazing legacy. The Romans, wanting to save the republic lead to the assassination of Julius Caesar, ultimately leading to little change and his adopted son Octavius being crowned first emperor of the Roman Empire (Wasson, Plutarch 290-298, and “Julius Caesar Biography”). Julius Caesar was…

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  • Julius Caesar World Biography

    "Gaius Julius Caesar." Encyclopedia of World Biography. 2004, "Caesar, Julius." The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th Ed.. 2015, "Caesar, Julius." UXL Encyclopedia of World Biography. 2003, "Caesar, (Gaius) Julius." World Encyclopedia. 2005, Elizabeth Knowles, John Cannon, MICHAEL KENNEDY;JOYCE BOURNE, "Julius Caesar." The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th Ed.. 2015, and "Julius Caesar." World Encyclopedia. 2005. "Gaius Julius Caesar." Encyclopedia.com. HighBeam Research, 01 Jan. 2004. Web. 4 Oct. 2015. .…

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