Jealousy In Julius Caesar

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Consumed By Jealousy: Cassius Character Analysis
The murder of the fallen dictator, from Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare, was by the hands of Cassius. Cassius was a jealous man, especially of his sovereign. This leads him to commit murder with a group of nobleman, through which he manipulates a leading character, to help him. These are just two of many reasons why Cassius is such a compelling character. Cassius was the lead conspirator who saw Brutus as the catalyst to unite the leading noble people against Julius Caesar. He was jealous throughout the entire play, which makes him a flat and static character.
Cassius was a senator, a nobleman, a human being who had every right to be dictator himself. Even though he was jealous, Cassius
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