Julius Caesar In William Shakespeare's Julius Ceasar

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Julius Caesar was written by Shakespeare in 1599. This tragedy opens set in 44 B.C. when Julius Caesar returns from defeating Pompey’s sons in battle. A celebration is being held called the festival of Lupercal when Caesar is told to “beware the Ides of march” by a soothsayer. Caesar pays no attention, thinking that the poor soothsayer had gone mad. The scene changes and Brutus and Cassius appear, who happen to be brothers, to only talk badly about Caesar and his leadership. The two get in an argument about how Caesar is a lousy ruler. Cassius feels Caesar needs to be removed, while Brutus feels no need to do something about it. Later, Cassius brings up the idea of Brutus becoming leader. Brutus immediately declines and never thinks anything
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