Julius Caesar Essay | "Julius Caesar": Examples of Symbolism

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"Julius Caesar": Examples of Symbolism

Summary: William Shakespeare displayed many symbolic events, objects, and people in his classic tragedy "Julius Caesar." Three examples of symbolism used by Shakespeare include Calpurnia's dream, the crown of Rome, and the heartless sacrificed animal. The overall use of symbolism in this play describes events and people that words cannot, and it gives the reader a better understanding of the story.
Symbolism is the art of using an object, act, or person to represent and explain another procedure or purpose from the story. Symbolism was displayed and brought out in the classic tragedy Julius Caesar through dreams, items of power, and sacrifices. Caesar's wife that loved him very much, dreamt about a terrible sight that was to come. The crown could have made Caesar Emperor of Rome which would have given him endless power. The animal which had been sacrificed to see the fate of Caesar shows the personality of all the people of Rome. Symbolism helps the reader with a better understanding of the story.

Calphurnia received a dream that symbolizes the end to Caesar's rule, power, and life. Calphurnia said "Caesar, I never stood on ceremonies, Yet now they fright me. This is one within, Besides the things that we have heard and seen...

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