Julius Caesar Essay | Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Julius Caesar.
This section contains 765 words
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Julius Caesar: Character Analysis

Summary: Essay provides an analysis of "Julius Caesar."
The world, filled with people of infinite views and different opinions, possesses flaws in every aspect of life. All lands require a sense of community to try to order such chaos into a functional society, which nevertheless still contains numerous defects. For this, even the leaders that rule these lands cannot be completely perfect. A flaw of humans is the inability to accept that no man can be perfect. They raise mortal leaders above them, giving them God-like qualities and at discovering their faults they begin to despise them, searching for that next perfect leader. In the play Julius Caesar, Caesar is an admired leader of overall good traits. But those who know of his faults see his growing future as a dictator as a major threat to the Roman Empire. They are determined to end his reign by taking his life, believing they are doing a valuable...

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