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Inflexibility- Trait or Flaw?

Summary: Essay discusses the inflexibility in the play "Julius Caesar", and focuses on Caesar and Brutus. Also discusses how each man is inflexible, and if this rigidity is an admirable trait or a flaw.
Being an inflexible leader does not welcome change among those below you, especially if you play an important role in society. Inflexibility among the main characters in Julius Caesar becomes well known to the reader as you eventually get a since of why Brutus attacks Caesar viciously in the end. The characteristics that Brutus and Caesar share in common are that of being stubborn, and unaware of the affects they have on everyone else around them. Caesar is incapable of being changed and leads a stubborn attitude, and in return Brutus is demanding the downfall of him without going any other way about it. In order to lead a productive society, it would be best to accept change and be flexible with what is there in front of you. You may say Julius Caesar is single minded, and that Brutus has an open mind, but in...

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