Julius Caesar Essay | Julius Caesar

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Julius Caesar

Summary: Julius Caesar- a look into his flaws as a main character in the play by William Shakespeare.
Every great leader has flaws, but one to many may lead to failure in the eyes of society. "The line between failure and success is so fine that we scarcely know when we pass it; so fine that we are often on the line and do not know it" (Elbert Hubbard, 1927). Caesar was indeed a great leader in the long run and came extremely close to success. He was displayed as a man of constancy and greatness throughout the play. As stated in the quote above, Caesar was ."..on the line" of success and did not know it. His decree showed qualities only a gifted leader possessed, but his flaws made those qualities sightless in the views of society. Although Caesar was a great leader, his death was necessary for the success of Rome.

Caesar's death was essential because there was deterioration of mind and body taking place...

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