Julius Caesar Crime And Rewards

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Crime and Reward Men in our age make revolution a name for their impious acts and speak of the popular will; however, they forget the groups, which foster this inciting game. And the writer calls to mind an olden dictatorial time: Caesar fell, his words stirred his viewing public. Hence, his army split; and separated sides joined each other in the vows they made to their defrauded fate! Televised pictures, moreover, carried their minds to places which dispersed enviable measures; thus, the mindsets which returned with seeping images became fraught with unreal and exaggerated visions. During the times equal to the days which impressed the eyes, the heart lulls the brain while it beats; and this rhythm sings for the vacant room where honour
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