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Julius Caesar And A Man For All Seasons

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In this paper we have assumed that in the play A Man for All Seasonsby Robert Bolt, he has drawn the problems sketch of thinking through common man character and William Shakespeare has also shown the same picture of that common man. In Julius Caesar through the speech of Brutus; he gives the message of rationality to that man. Both embodied in their work certain core issues of that time, like the issue of class struggle and nature versus civilization, the human emotions and feudal system of politics, struggle between individual judgment and established authority, emotional blindness and intellectual understanding. The subject and issues of these plays are so wide and profound that many people are engage in its analysis. Through textual analysis…show more content…
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