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Julius Caesar Acts 1-3

Summary: Discusses acts 1-3 of the play Julius Caesar, written by William Shakespeare. Describes how the play has a very substantial lesson about how "absolute power corrupts absolutely."
Throughout the history of plays, many different morals and values have been exemplified within the performance. Almost all of the plays' meanings are to teach a lesson about life; however, these lessons about life are all different, whether it is not to be greedy or not to be full of lust. William Shakespeare is a profound playwright, who has written many different plays on many a variety of subjects. One of his most famous plays, Julius Caesar, has a very substantial lesson about how "absolute power corrupts absolutely." In the play, Shakespeare introduces numerous different characters and philosophies; however, the two main characters who demonstrate how "absolute power corrupts absolutely" are Julius Caesar and Marc Antony. Both of them are given power in some way and abuse it by bettering themselves. However, Brutus is constant in his beliefs and values, no matter what power he is given.

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