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  • Killing Of Caesar
    406 words
    At the beginning Caesar defeats Pompey in war. The conspirators believe Caesar is getting to powerful and fear him because of it. So they group together and plot a plan to kill him. The conspirators got Brutus, Caesars friend, to help them. At the Senate on the Ides of March the conspirators stab Caesar one at a time. After Caesar is dead Brutus convinces the people that it was for the best but then Antony, a loyal servant to Caesar, turns the people against the conspirators. Antony and Octoviou...
  • Julius Caesar And Marcus Brutus
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    Self-Concepts in Julius Caesar All people have definite concepts of self. In different situations, one may feel short, tall, smart, slow, fast, talkative, reserved, etcetera's. These self-concepts are usually very different than how others opinions of us. Depending on one's actions, words or even tone of voice, one may misrepresent oneself and be misinterpreted. One may be so arrogant or so humble that they prevent themselves from seeing themselves through others eyes. In William Shakespeare's p...
  • Beginnings Of A Murderous Hatred For Caesar
    1,297 words
    When the play first begin Julius Caesar, the man himself is entering Rome, returning from battle. He has defeated Pompey, and the crowd is happy. However, not all citizens are happy. Already there is conspiracy being planned. Marullus and Flavius make fun of the commoners, because did they not cheer for Pompey the same way that they cheer Caesar. Marullus angrily yells: "O you hard hearts, you cruel men of Rome, Knew you not Pompey Many a time and oft Have you climb'd up to walls and battlements...
  • Shakespeare's Julius Caesar
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    The story of Julius Caesar's assassination has been told both historically and fictionally. Historical sources focus on the facts of the assassination, while fictionary works focus more on the characters and the drama of the story. Because of the different purposes of the sources, there are many differences between the historical and fictional stories. William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar adds certain details and dramatic elements to make the story more interesting and to make the play more enjoy...
  • Caesar Of The Conspirators
    371 words
    First, there are many important characters such as Decius, Artemidorus, and Antony. To begin, Decius is one significant character. For example, Decius tells the conspirators he will get Caesar to the senate. Next, another main character is Artemidorus. For instance, Artemidorus writes a letter to warn Caesar of the conspirators. Still, another character is Antony. In addition, Antony is allowed to speak at Caesar's funeral; his speech turns the crowd against the conspirators. In conclusion, Deci...

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