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Julius Caesar

Summary: Examines the William Shakespeare play, Julius Caesar. Debates if the fates of Caesar, Antony, Cassius and Brutus necessary to maintain the melodrama.
In 1599 William Shakespeare wrote and performed Julius Caesar, a play about an arrogant, tyrant leader that is assassinated and his spot on the throne is fought for. The two opposing groups, Brutus and his followers against Antony and his followers, end up fighting in the end in a civil war. Many deaths happened, but were the fates of Caesar, Antony, Cassius and Brutus necessary"

By using Julius Caesar as the main character, Shakespeare created a more melodrama of suspense and revenge. Caesar was the newly becoming ruler of Rome who had just triumphed in a victory over his long time foes' son, Pompey the Great. As he entered the city you begin to see his first flaw in personality when the soothsayer warns Caesar " beware the ides of March" (i.i.18) and he just brushes it off and ignores the warning. During act ii when Caesar is at...

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