Cassius In William Shakespeare's Tragedy Of Julius Caesar

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In William Shakespeare's Tragedy of Julius Caesar one character named Cassius says “ the fault dear brutus, is not in our’ stars but in ourselves that we are underlings” (Julius Caesar, Act I, Scene III, L. 140-141), I think that this quote mean is that when you think you're destined something great but you never achieve it. Cassius was telling Brutus that Caesar wasn't meant to be this god everyone think he is. Cassius said that Caesar is weak and inferior man than everyone think he is. Brutus, one of Caesar closest friends says that Caesar is a normal man just like everyone else and he is no better than everyone else, and that him and Cassius are just as good as him or even better than Caesar. Cassius stated that Caesar got sick, he had
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