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julius Ceasar and william shakespear
Religion and Theology
Pages 5 (1255 words)
Name: Instructor: Task: Date: Julius Caesar and William Shakespeare The Role of Superstition, Omen and Divination in the Roman Society Julius Caesar was a roman political leader who was highly ambitious and successful. He aimed to emerge as a roman unassailable dictator…
Mark Antony, who was Caesar’s friend, offered an interment oration that remained famous to date. It is fundamental to explore the role of fallacy, omen and divination as demonstrated, and their relationship with the Roman culture and religions, by Brutus, Mark Antony and Julia Caesar. The paper will explore the dynamics among the various characters to establish the role of Shakespeare. Brutus Brutus, being the tragic hero of the play, portrays immense complexity in the character and motivations. Apart from being a powerful figure, he comes out as a loving husband and a good master of his servants. He is also a loving pal and a noble military leader. This character has a rather rigid ideology that doubles up as both his strength and weakness. His quest to put his ambitions on top of everything makes him fit the description of being “the noblest of the Romans.” Besides, he is also committed to principle, and this works against him always as he consistently makes miscalculations. For instance, when Cassius suggested to him that the conspirators would kill Caesar and Antony, he blatantly ignored. He again showed the naivety of his idealism during Caesar’s funeral when he allowed Antony to make the famous oration over the remains of Caesar. ...
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