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  • Brutus's Character In Julius Caesar

    Caesar. This example of characterization clearly shows that the Critical Lens Statement is true because it demonstrates how Brutus’s honor is diminishing because he is given the power to turn against his best friend, and he uses that power to kill Julius…

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  • Ambition In Julius Caesar

    William Shakespeare plays all were or had parts of tragedies. From 2 kids from opposite sides of a rivalry falling in love and killing themselves to be together or to a ruler being murdered by his friends. In Julius Caesar the idea of it being a tragedy can be argued. Brutus betrayed his friend Caesar and should not have killed him for reasons of the future. No one could have predicted what would have happened in the future and because of others selfish belief they know everything he was never…

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  • Summary: The Tragedy Of Julius Caesar

    could have been titled The Menacing of Cassius, or The Indecisive Brutus, or The Two-Faced Mark Antony but it’s titled The Tragedy of Julius Caesar. But again he died right away. But on the other hand without his death, Mark Antony wouldn’t have made his vows and the civil war wouldn’t have taken place. So it’s a toss up. First, the play is titled The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, but it’s more about the decisions made by other people such as Cassius, Antony, and Brutus. Cassius gets more…

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  • Theme Of Regicide In Julius Caesar

    The main themes in Julius Caesars tragedy was regicide which is the operation of killing the king and the fear of power. Caesar was gaining way too much power and was going to be an emperor which freighted the conspirators because they will end up losing. Caesar is a very important historical figure of Rome. Julius Caesar was known as being a successful general because he was the one who conquered territories outside of Rome. He also helped Rome become into a very huge empire. He became an…

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  • Theme Of Betrayal In Julius Caesar

    “Betray a friend, and often find thyself ruined.” In the story “The Tragedy of Julius Caesar”, Caesar’s best friend Brutus, is fighting an internal conflict with himself because he has to pick a side of either his best friend Julius Caesar’s side or Rome’s side. Brutus picks Rome’s side and kills Caesar for the good of Rome, later on in the story Brutus “kills himself” because his life got harder once he killed Caesar and people didn’t handle it anymore. Betrayal from a friend is worse than…

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  • Tragic Flaw In Julius Caesar

    Flawed But Not Forgotten Every human has a flaw, but some can be the cause of their own demise. The flaw of Marcus Brutus in The Tragedy of Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare causes his own downfall as the tragedy unravels. Brutus is the tragic hero because he has all of the necessary traits a tragic hero needs, according to Aristotle. Aristotle defines a tragic hero as a man of noble stature or high position who causes his own destruction for a greater cause or principle. A flaw cannot be…

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  • Julius Caesar: The Ides Of March

    One of Rome’s most famous Caesars to date is Julius Caesar. He had some of the best military ideas in the history of war and is given credit to helping kickstart the rise of the unstoppable Roman Empire. But it’s not the military tactics he is known for the best, or how he guided Rome to the path of power. Julius Caesar is known best for his demise on March 15th, the day we know best as the Ides of March. Julius Caesar was powerful force from the time he arrived into the world, via the…

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  • Julius Casear: Brutus As A Hero

    Julius Casear is a tragedy that was composed by Willam Skakesspear that explains the death of Julius Caesar, which was committed by his good friend, Brutus. There may be different views as how one may see Brutus as either a villain or a hero. One may see Brutus as a hero for saving Rome, on the other hand one may see him as a villain for killing his good friend. Brutus killed Caesar for the sake of Rome, but some might see him as a betrayer. Brutus killed Caesar and he also deceived some of the…

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  • Julius Caesar's Political Career

    The Life and Political Career of Julius Caesar Julius Caesar is known as one of the greatest military minds of all time, he is also given credit for laying out the foundation of the Roman Empire. Julius Caesar is thought to been have born around 100 B.C. His family was a senatorial, patrician family. His uncle was actually another famous Roman general, Marius. When he was sixteen his father Marius had past away and Julius Caesars life became quite difficult, however he turned everything…

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  • Tragic Hero In Julius Caesar

    fate and ultimately leads to his demise. Two classic examples can be found in William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar: Brutus, the killer of Caesar, and the dictator of Rome himself. Marcus Brutus and Julius Caesar both serve as exceptional illustrations of tragic heroes because of their social relevance, their harrowing mistakes, and their cataclysmic deaths. It is almost common knowledge that Julius Caesar was a powerful man in the annals of history. In the play, Caesar’s military might won…

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