Fate And Free Will In Julius Caesar

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In Shakespeare's play Tragedy of Julius Caesar there is an argument between fate and freewill. Cassius claims that fate can be changed, but throughout the play Shakespeare foreshadows events that will occur with omens. Answering the age-old question of fate or freewill; it is fate will overtake free will no matter how much you try to change it. He shows this answer by adding omens that represents of events to happen to Caesar himself and what is to happen after his death. Shakespeare present that free will is stronger in the play with the omens throughout the play. For example, one omen in the play seen by Casca was an owl at noon. Seeing an owl at noon symbolized that someone was to die later on in the play. Another omen seen by Casca
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