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    In the play Julius Caser written by William Shakespeare, he illustrates many conflicts throughout the play. Conflicts such as political matters (who gets the crown), betrayal between friends, as well as knowing who can and cannot be trusted. Caser’s closest friends Cassius and Brutus begin to portray betrayal towards Caser when he is obligated to take over in power. They fear he will rule as a tyrant even though he denies the crown on multiple occasions; They then decided to conspire against him

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    Betrayal In Julius Caesar

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    In the play “Julius Caesar” there were multiple characters that performed throughout the play. However, there were only two characters that stood out the most, Brutus and Cassius. The play starts out in the City of Rome, where a celebration is taking place over the victorious Julius Caesar who conquered the city of Pompeii. The celebration of this victory begins the feelings of betrayal by his companions who seem highly jealous of his actions. The Jealous few are the senators and high status figures

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    Julius Caesar Betrayal

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    The saddest thing about betrayal is that it never comes from your enemies. It comes from friends and loved ones. It doesn't seem to be right that close friends or even family would be the ones to turn on you. Instead that it would be enemies or people that you don't even know, but that is untrue. You cannot trust anyone. In the story The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, you can find that the ones who backstab each other are ones who were extremely close or even related. It's very wrong and uncalled for

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    reading the play Julius Caesar wouldn’t think that Caesar died a tragic death. The conspirators made Caesar look like a horrible guy that shouldn’t be allowed to rule Rome. They made it seem like Caesar deserved to die, and that he wouldn’t be a great ruler. Caesar was a strong-willed man who didn’t deserve to die a tragic death. A words to describe Caesar's death would be tragic, and betrayal . The word tragic means causing or characterized by extreme distress or sorrow. The word betrayal means the act

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    Betrayal is a theme of modern life. It has been around since the beginning of time. It is also a common theme in the works of William Shakespeare. William Shakespeare is viewed as the greatest writer in the English language. He has lots of works that contain many different themes. Betrayal, an occurring theme in 3 of his works, common during Shakespeare’s days. It has been a very popular theme throughout literature. Betrayal is viewed as lies, deceit and even duplicity. Shakespeare’s writings give

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    all behind. Julius Caesar had learned to trust Brutus. He was a noble friend to Caesar until he didn’t know if he cared moreover Rome or their friendship. Cassius decided to “help” Brutus with his decision, leading to deception. A betrayal of a friend is far worse than the hatred of an enemy. The ability to trust someone takes time just to crash in a matter of seconds. People don’t expect betrayal from they care for furthermore having a bond that's thought to be unbreakable. Caesar didn’t expect

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    is the betrayal of a friend.” There has never been a truer statement that I have seen. Julius Caesar is one of the prominent stories of betrayal in our lives today. The play is full of duplicity and challenges, twisting the truth and making you think, who was in the wrong? Similarly, people are betrayed and manipulated daily. However, Brutus felt he needed to do what was necessary for the greater population. Therefore, Brutus did not view his actions as those of betrayal. Brutus was Julius Caesar’s

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    Throughout the tragedy of Julius Caesar, by the playwright, William Shakespeare portrayals of betrayal are exhibited toward Caesar himself. Caesar began as the loved and treasured leader, the people cherished his management and power enough that they offered him the crown, although he never officially accepted it. His dearest friends, and the city of Rome; whom he considered family decided to forsake the love they had and betray him. His fellow senator Cassius initiates the conspirators and Caesar's

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    “Julius Caesar” is an infamous, historical tragedy play written by William Shakespeare, and the setting takes place in ancient Rome. Caesar returns to Rome in triumph after the defeat of Pompey, who is his former co-leader. He was known as Rome’s greatest leader and political figure. Caesar begins to rise in power and posed a threat to the Republican government. Because of his establishment as the dictator, the senate held a belief that Caesar had the desire for complete authority and domination

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    another person. This is a flawless characterization of Brutus in William Shakespeare’s play “Julius Caesar”. Brutus was a senator of Rome who assassinated the future monarch, Julius Caesar. However, Brutus killed Caesar out of the love he had for his country’s wellbeing and to prevent the spread of tyranny. Conversely, the senator misleads his king into believing that he could be trusted. Brutus betrayed Caesar by deceiving him with false loyalty until he had a chance to kill the monarch, thus breaking

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