Question: English & Literature

Why is Caesar murdered and how do the killers justify their actions?

Frigate was a writer in the late twentieth century and early twenty-first century who worships Burton as a hero and follows him until Burton dies one night by drowning himself in the river. Frigate is intelligent, inquisitive, and does his best to assist Burton whenever he can. He and Burton are separated a long time after Burton's first death, but they are reunited at the end of the novel as Burton resumes his journey up the river.

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Caesar is beloved and there are officials who are extremely jealous of that. They claim that Caesar is becoming overly powerful and that they are in danger of being forced into a dictatorship under his rule.
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