Julius Caesar Essay | Julius Caesar

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Julius Caesar

Summary: The play, "Julius Caesar", by William Shakespeare, contained an entrancing plot, resulting in my group never wanting to put the play down and stop reading.Throughout the play, you'll find many motifs. Mainly, the bad events revolved around misread letters, or bad omens.
"Julius Caesar" should be considered good literature. The plot was captivating and made me want the story to continue. There was very good use of symbolism throughout the play, and the characters were very well developed. Overall, I find that these three are the most important characteristics of good literature, and "Julius Caesar" clearly contained them all.

The play, "Julius Caesar", by William Shakespeare, contained an entrancing plot, resulting in my group never wanting to put the play down and stop reading. As the plot progressed, we became more engrossed in what was happening. Initially, I enjoyed the beginning of the play, where most of the scene was explained and the importance of each character began to unravel. As Cassius turned against both of his friends, and Brutus did what he thought was right, I tried to take note of everything that was going on. Some things were...

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