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Julius Caesar - Disorder in the Great Chain of Being

Summary: Essay describes how William Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar" causes disorder in the Great Chain of Being.
The Great Chain of Being governs the well being of the world and the occurrences of troubles and problems in our lives can be explained by the disruption of this ladder structure. When a character acts in a manner other than that of their proper class, serious negative effects result. William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar is not and exception to the rule of this great chain. The chaotic and destructive events in Julius Caesar are caused by key characters, mainly Caesar, Cassius, and Brutus, acting out of their order as humans and thus disturbing the Great Chain of Being.

Caesar contributes to the troublesome situation by rising from his position in the Great Chain and acting like a god. As the Holy Roman emperor, Caesar's power goes straight to his head and he becomes so conceited and arrogant that he thinks of himself as an almighty god whom all...

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