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    The Theme of Friendship in Julius Caeser Throughout, William Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar, the theme of friendship would prove to be a very delicate and manipulative element. This element would be the very entity that would seal Julius Caesar's fate. Brutus, Decius, and all the other conspirators would use this to their power, and to Julius's weakness. Friendship was used as a cover to blind Julius from the truth, from the plots against him. Flattery along with manipulation was used as

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    CONFIDENTIAL-OBSERVATIONAL REPORT My dear Caesar, my master, you summoned me to record my observations of the people of High Rome. I have gathered information from my many spies and informants and have filed this report. I thought it might interest you of the goings-on of the following citizens. Marcus Antonius- Your loyal subject has stayed true to you and honours you. He poses no trouble to your rule and does not seem persuaded by the other schemers. Cassius-He appears a very tempered person

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    Life and Victories of Julius Caeser

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    there is an even better leader commanding them. Enter Julius Caesar. Defeating enemy forces with ease and willingly showing a sense of mercy to some, he earned great respect from the citizens of Rome. Throughout this exposition, not only the background and life of this great ruler will be displayed, but also his importance and legacy. A genius in politics, one of the world’s greatest orators, and an exquisite military strategist, Julius Caesar is one of the most influential persons in history

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    Rhetoric and Betrayal in Julius Caeser Play

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    William Shakespeare’s famous play Julius Caesar utilizes the literary element of rhetoric multiple times throughout to show the true power that words can hold. The rhetoric in Caesar accompanies the play’s themes of betrayal, deception, and exaggeration. Brutus uses rhetoric to persuade the crowd of plebeians that the murdering of Caesar was positive and beneficial to all of Rome, winning their support and causing them to join his cause. Soon after, Mark Antony gives a terrifically-persuasive speech

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    Comparing Brutus' and Mark Antony's Funeral Speeches in Julius Caeser by William Shakespeare Julius Caeser is a well known play written by William Shakespeare. It is based on the life and after life of the great roman leader, Caeser. One of the most important and memorable scenes in the play is when Brutus and Mark Antony give their speeches at Caeser's funeral. In this essay I will be comparing to two, noting the key speech writing elements, and finally concluding which I think is most

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    Julius Caesar

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    Based on his thoughts and actions, how would you describe Caesar? In Act II Julius Caesar is barraged with warnings to stay home and not go to the Senate, but he ignores them. Calpurnia, his spouse, tells of a dream she had and fears for Caesar's safety. The priests also warn Caesar. However, Decius is able to persuade Caesar to go to the Senate that morning. Considering his actions and thoughts in Act II, Caesar is a ruler who rejects superstitions and is concerned about how he is perceived by

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    Marcus Brutus

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    According to Dictionary.com, a tragic hero is a great character in a dramatic tragedy who is destined for a downfall (“Tragic Hero” Dictionary.com). Marcus Brutus is often mistaken for a villain because he killed Caeser. In the play Julius Caeser, by William Shakespeare, Brutus is portrayed as the tragic hero through many ways; especially through his honor, the way he does what is best for the greater good, and the introspection of himself. Marcus Brutus placed all his being on his honor and how

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    of the most brilliant and influential leaders were Alexander the Great and Julius Caesar. The turning points in history they were involved in were their individual conquests and their unfortunate deaths. Alexander's greatest victory was over the Persians; Caesar's greatest victory was his defeat of Pompey. Their actions and beliefs had their influence on their society and society of today. Alexander the Great and Julius Caesar set the standard of what a leader should be. However, despite the two

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    Supernatural Phenomena in The Tempest, Julius Caesar, and Midsummer Night's Dream The Oxford English Dictionary defines "supernatural" as something "that is out of the ordinary course of nature; beyond, surpassing, or differing from what is natural."  In light of this definition, I shall be discussing the plays The Tempest, Julius Caesar, and A Midsummer Night's Dream through three successive pairings, drawing distinctions and comparisons between each play and its significant others as relate

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    “The Tragedy of Macbeth” and “The Tragedy of Julius Caesar” are written by William Shakespeare. The most common theme in these two plays is treacherous murder because both kings were murdered. Julius Caesar was killed by his friend Brutus. He was murdered in front of everyone. King Duncan was killed in his bedroom while asleep. The similarities between both plays are both were planned murders, done by conspiracy, royals were killed, killers were friends and family, and both were mystical/tragedy

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