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Julius Caesar: Theme, Mood, and Conflict of Act 1

Summary: Essay explores the theme, mood, and conflict in Act 1 of the play "The Tragedy of Julius Caesar" by William Shakespeare.
In the Shakespearean play, The Tragedy of Julius Caesar there are various literary elements depicted such as theme, conflict, and mood. The play begins in Rome in the year 44 B.C. It is a play where there is question to who the main character is, for there is no ONE character that dominates the story plot. There are four principle characters in this particular tragedy: Julius Caesar, Brutus, Cassius, and Marc Antony. There is a message delivered, multiple conflicts (internal and external), as well as a mood given to the reader of this tragic play. Cassius, a man that is part of the Roman government attempts to lure Brutus, the "people's leader." Brutus cares about what the Roman people want and will do anything to deliver their needs. Because of certain misinterpretations and a tampered letter, Brutus believes he is wanted by the people, and does anything he...

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