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Caesar's Character's (Bad Leaders Vs. Good Leaders)

Summary: Essay shows qualities in the characters of good and bad leaders and compares them to the ones in "Lord of the Flies."
A leader is someone who has qualities to make a place better, but also has some traits that are not admirable. Each controller is unique and has different weaknesses and strengths to distinguish him. In Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare, various rulers appear, and each one contributes his assets and faults to try to make Rome better for everyone. At first, Caesar rules Rome first, but Cassius and Brutus are frightened that he will become a tyrant. In order to stop Caesar, they kill him. However, this plan backfires, because Antony persuades the plebeians to go against Brutus and support him. A new and worse triumvirate comes to power and forces Brutus and Cassius out of Rome. This starts a civil war, in which Brutus and Cassius are against Antony and Octavius, the new triumvirate. Brutus, Cassius, and some of their army end...

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