How Does Julius Caesar Have To Control Their Own Future

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In Shakespeare’s play “The Tragedy of Julius Caesar,” there are many uses of prophets, omens, and natural phenomenon to display rising tensions among characters and to show signs of destiny. This results in casualties for several characters, but for others, there is a sign of hope and good luck. Many of them have their futures in their hands, but incorrect choices made their outcome take a wrong turn. Two characters that can control their own future are Julius Caesar and Marcus Brutus. One character that has his fate predetermined by his actions and attitude is Cassius. Unfortunately, their lives were in vain since their deaths did not affect Rome in any way. In the play, the main character, Julius Caesar was a Roman general and statesman who was well-educated bright, and overall, intelligent. Whenever Julius had to give a speech, Romans would listen attentively, hanging onto his every word. Although several conspirators feared that Caesar would lead Rome to a dictatorship, Caesar had no ill will and showed no signs of…show more content…
The majority of these characters are in control of their own destiny while others have predetermined fate because of who they are. In fact, there were several instances of fate at work that occurred to several characters such as Julius Caesar and Marcus Brutus and set futures for Cassius. These men are people who nobly accept their fate with dignity and honor, admitting that they have their faults and will strive to make their country a better place. They believe that if their death was to aid Rome, then that is how it must play out. On the other hand, there are some that attempted to destroy others out of jealousy and determined to destroy the spirit. All in all, they are still associates with one another that will remain faithful to their decisions until their

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