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Julius Caesar

A 9 page paper, including a 1 page outline. The essay begins by defining and describing Roman Forums. The writer then provides a brief critique of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. Ideas included are: how Shakespeare based Julius Caesar on Nashe's work, the correlation between social relationships and a person's character, an overview of the characters of Caesar and Brutus, and the major themes in the play. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

Shakespeare, Mankiewicz, & Plutarch / Three Views Of Julius Caesar

A 6 page paper comparing the 1953 film of Julius Caesar directed by Joseph Mankiewicz with the real historical events. The paper concludes that the film version of Julius Caesar succeeds -- through some slight transformations in historical fact -- in bringing history to life, and making us care about it in the bargain. Bibliography lists two sources.

Historical Realism and the Pax Romana

This 5 page paper asserts that the so called Great Peace that characterized the Roman Empire under Julius Caesar was not entirely peaceful. While Rome improved the general welfare of those it incorporated into its Empire, that incorporation was not always voluntary. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

A Great Mind's Effect On Imperial Advancement

This 19 page paper summarizes the impact Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus, the man that ultimately became Emperor Augustus, had on Rome. The changes he effected resulted in the Pax Romana. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

Shakespearean Analysis of Six Famous Play Passages

In six pages an analysis of six important passages of William Shakespeare?s plays ? Julius Caesar (Act II, Scene i), Merchant of Venice (Act III, Scene ii), The Tempest (Act IV, Scene i), Richard III (Act I, Scene ii), As You Like It (Act II, Scene vii), and Hamlet (Act V, Scene ii) ? is presented, with the speakers and the contexts of the passages examined to determine the significance of each. Only the primary source is listed in the bibliography.

Individual Freedom and Expression

In a paper of three pages, the author writes about individual freedom and expression. The author of this paper uses the works Catcher in the Rye, Night, and Julius Caesar. There are three sources cited in this paper.

The Tragedy of Julius Caesar / What Would Cause a Person to Kill a Close Friend

In 5 pages, the writer discusses "[The Tragedy of] Julius Caesar" and examines the question of what would cause a person to kill a close friend. Ironically the person in charge of the assassination was Marcus Brutus. Brutus was a servant and close friend to Julius Caesar. What would cause a person to kill a close friend? To determine this, a careful examination of Brutus' relationship to Caesar, his involvement in the conspiracy, and his importance to the actual plot must be made." Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Sexuality in William Shakespeare's 'Julius Caesar'

This 6 page research paper examines how sexuality, both overt and implied, are evident in William Shakespeare's play, Julius Caesar (1599). Bibliography lists 6 sources.

Shakespeare / Violence In Julius Caesar and Romeo & Juliet

A 5 page essay on the textual effects of violence in society in 'Julius Caesar' and 'Romeo and Juliet.' The writer posits that in the end, the manipulated public has disappeared from the text. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

Order & Superstition In Shakespeare's Tragedies

A 5 page paper discussing the presence and significance of omens, portents, and prophesies in Shakespeare's Macbeth and Julius Caesar. The writer concludes that because Shakespeare saw the world as something planned and coherent, it is possible to divine that plan through supernatural sources. Bibliography lists five sources.


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