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    The Julius Caesar

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    Julius Caesar is the one of the famous Roman generals. Many may recognize this name from the great works of Shakespeare. Before the great works of Shakespeare, Julius Caesar was famous in his Roman city which. Julius Caesar was a dictator that turned the Roman republic to the Roman Empire. Even though the life time of Julius Caesar took place in 100 BC – 44 BC, people everywhere will mention Caesar’s name and legacy. For starters, Julius Caesar’s time was very different

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    Julius Caesar

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    Study Guide for “The Tragedy of Julius Caesar” by William Shakespeare The following questions will help you to prepare for your eventual test over “Julius Caesar”. While I will not be collecting this, it is on you to make sure that you are answering the questions as we go. Your test will be taken directly from this study guide. Act I 1) Judging from the events in Act I, the political mood and behavior of the Romans are best described how? 2) When we first see Brutus, he appears to be ________________________

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    Julius Caesar

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    In Shakespeare’s historic tragedy, Julius Caesar, Cassius struggles to take down Rome’s extremely admired leader, Caesar. To cause Caesar’s demise, Cassius must convince Brutus, Caesar’s trusted companion, to join him and the conspirators. In order to do this, Cassius goes through many steps to achieve this throughout act one, ending in the fall of Caesar later in the play. Before Cassius begins to arrange the assassination of Caesar, he must first not only gain Brutus’s approval, but also gain

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    Julius Caesar was allegedly a descent from prince Aeneas. Julius caesar was also born on july 100 B. C. It marked the start of a new era in roman history. At the age of 31, Caesar had fought in many wars and become acquainted in roman politics. Caesar had also lived in a bad part of rome when he was growing up . During the time rome at that point was unstable. An element disorder ruled over the republic., which throw out its nobility and seemed unable to handle the increasing size and influence

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    like a colossus"�(Julius Caesar 1.2.142-43). These words were spoken by Cassius, a character in Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar. He is speaking about Julius Caesar and Caesar's arrogance and overconfidence. This quote also shows how Shakespeare perceived Julius Caesar as a prominent and influential man of his time. However, this view is not shared by all of the biographers that chose to write about Julius Caesar. In fact a famous ancient writer named Plutarch depicted Julius Caesar as a power-hungry

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    Julius Caesar Analysis

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    Julius Caesar. Julius Caesar is a book which a person should find noble people who going against each other for power, leadership, or control. The author from the play is named William Shakespeare, The United Kingdom is the country where William Shakespeare born in April 1564. William Shakespeare was a lot inspired by the wars of his time period. William Shakespeare used tragic drama and historical drama to came up with Julius Caesar William Shakespeare published Julius Caesar during the 1623’s

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    Essay On Julius Caesar

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    Introduction- Julius Caesar was a dictator of Rome in 47 BC, and then in 44 BC, he was appointed dictator for life.But really, who was Julius Caesar? Who is this man that was murdered because of his poor leadership? Some historians may believe that Julius Caesar did things that was for the benefit of Rome, and that he made Rome more powerful in a strong way. I understand why some people think that he was a good person, he did do things to benefit Rome. For one thing, he supposedly did give rights

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    explanations, documents, and excerpts claiming that the information they have on who Julius Caesar was and the events that led to his assassination are correct. I will be explaining Caesars character as portrayed differently in the three documents considered to be primary sources written after his death and the way our textbook portrays him. In the passages he was depicted to be a selfish dictator. "The Assassination of Julius Caesar, 44 BC," describes the events chronologically of what led to his attack.

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    Julius Caesar’s greatest mistake was that he became overly ambitious in his ultimate pursuit of power. The conspirators against his ideals, such as Brutus and Cassius, charged Caesar with such ambition, and his behavior substantiates this judgment: he does vie for absolute power over Rome, reveling in the homage he receives from others and in his conception of himself as a leadership figure that will live on forever through his legacy. However, his unwavering faith in his own permanence eventually

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    Livia In Julius Caesar

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    on the Ides of March , 709 AUC Julius Caesar was stabbed to death several times.The Roman empire is shocked.All citizens are scared and don't know why and how .It seems so unreal to many plebeians , Except for the one who has seen it with her own very two eyes The conspirators running out in a hushed manner. She said she will not disclose her name for safety reasons but will just go by the name ;Livia.Livia says she “wakes up at noon everyday”; to watch Julius Caesar not too far away from The Theater

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