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Points shown about human nature in the play Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare
In the play Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare, some points are shown about human nature in Ancient Rome between 100 BC to 44 BC. Two characters who particularly show this are Brutus and Cassius. Themes include power, loyalty, corruption and manipulation.
Brutus is a close friend of Julius Caesar, and has his trust. "I love the name of honour more than I fear death." - Act 1 Scene 2. This shows that Brutus is an honourable and patriotic man, who would willingly sacrifice his life if it benefits Rome. In this case, he conspires against his friend Caesar and risks his life doing so for he…
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