who was juliette ceasar?
Julius Caesar is the ruler of Roam. He is criticized by the conspirators for being too ambitious and a threat to Rome. Caesar is indeed ambitious and does want absolute control over Rome. He also arrogantly believes that he would live forever in the minds of men. So much is his faith in his powers that he disregards his wife Calpurnia’s fears about his death. She tries to dissuade him from going to the Senate pointing out that even nature had taken a violent course of the night, but Caesar does not heed her words. Since he is unable to resist the allure of being crowned, he ends up risking his life. Caesar mistakes that the immortal status granted to his public self would ensure the protection of his mortal self too. But true to Caesar’s beliefs, he does become immortal though in a different sense. Even from beyond the grave, Caesar’s aura permeates. Brutus names him as the cause of his and Cassius’ failures. In his death, Octavius’ and Antony’s morale is boosted. Ultimately, Octavius is crowned as the next Caesar thus giving validity to Julius Caesar’s belief that he would be immortal.
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