Julius Caesar

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      “Julius Caesar” is a historical tragedy play written by William Shakespeare, believed to have been first performed in 1599. The play portrays the conspiracy against Julius Caesar, a prominent Roman general and statesman, and his eventual assassination on the Ides of March in 44 BC.

      The play explores themes of loyalty, betrayal, and the consequences of political ambition. It also features some of Shakespeare’s most famous lines, including “Beware the Ides of March” and “Et tu, Brute?” (meaning “Even you, Brutus?”), which Caesar utters upon seeing that Brutus is one of his assassins.

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      From Wikipedia: The Tragedy of Julius Caesar is a play by William Shakespeare. It is about the assassination of Julius Caesar in 44 BC. Shakespeare based his play on stories in Plutarch’s Life of Brutus and Life of Caesar. The play was probably written in 1599. It was first published in 1623 in the First Folio, a collection of all of Shakespeare’s plays.

      The play was probably one of Shakespeare’s first plays to be performed at the Globe Theatre. The theatre had just been built. A Swiss traveller saw a tragedy about Julius Caesar at a London theatre on 21 September 1599. This was probably Shakespeare’s play.

      The play has been made into movies three times. In a 1950 movie, Charlton Heston played Mark Antony. In a 1953 movie, James Mason played Brutus and Marlon Brando played Antony. In a 1970 movie, Jason Robards played Brutus, Charlton Heston played Antony again, and John Gielgud played Caesar.

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      Publisher : Book.io

      Series : Shakespeare

      First Publication Date : 1623

      Author : William Shakespeare

      Genres: Play, Tragedy

      Language : English

      Word Count : 19,703

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      Cover Art : Includes 4K hi-resolution book cover

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