Monarchy In Julius Caesar Research Paper

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Imagine a time in total monarchy with a fierce queen in power, ready to execute anyone who contradicts her. In the Elizabethan era, William Shakespeare experienced monarchy first hand. He created the play “Julius Caesar” because he wanted to warn the people that monarchy wasn’t favorable. William Shakespeare wrote “Julius Caesar” to address the serious issue of monarchy, creating plays was how he communicated with the public, and this play got his word out without breaking treason laws.

Firstly, William Shakespeare wrote “Julius Caesar” to address the serious issue of monarchy. In the Elizabethan times, monarchy was their government. Although the play wasn’t exactly like their situation, there were a lot of similarities. One of the biggest similarities for instance, was the Queen, “Like the rule of Julius Caesar, Queen Elizabeth's monarchy was not immune to plots and conspiracies against it.” (Moss, 28). Shakespeare didn’t like that the queen was in rule as well as some others.o one dared say a thing in fear of what could
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In Shakespeare’s lifetime he wrote many plays, “By 1597, 15 of the 37 plays written by William Shakespeare were published.” (Editors, 12). He became more known as time passed on from his first play, “Henry VI” written in 1591. About 3 years later, he became famous for his plays. “From roughly 1594 onward he was an important member of the Lord Chamberlain’s Men company of theatrical players.” (Editors, 2). People came to see his plays. He first performed at Globe theater; where the capacity is 3,000 people. He had to create something important that would’ve been listened to by 3,000 people. He saw an issue that he disagreed with, and he created a play, through his vision, that would be seen by people. Shakespeare wrote 37 plays in his lifetime, and “Julius Caesar” was one that really had an impact on the

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