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Julius Caser Compare Contrast essay of the two speechs given in Act III
Willaim Shakespeare, the playwright, often took many facts from history to develop nearly all of his well-known works. Taking details from the life of the assassinated leader of Rome, Julius Caesar, he wrote one of his most famous plays. Julius Caesar is the play of conspirators who betray their leader by murdering him, resulting in a civil war. Caesar's friend, Antony, and the one that betrayed him, Brutus, fight for power for themselves after Caesar's death by making political speeches to manipulate the masses to gain the peoples' support. Although the famous speeches delivered by Antony…
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