A Summary of "Julius Ceasar" by William Shakespeare.
Shakespeare's famous Roman play opens to the scene of two Tribunes, Marullus and Flavius scolding Roman citizens for blindly worshipping Caesar. It is the Feast of Lupercal. Caesar has just come back to Rome as one of the most powerful men in the Republic. Their conversation reveals deep-seated fears that Caesar is growing too powerful and too arrogant. Hoping to reduce the blind hero worship of Caesar, the two men remove ceremonial decorations off Caesar's "images" (statues) despite the obvious dangers of doing so. They feel that if they disperse the crowds they can weaken th…
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