Role Of Corruption In Julius Caesar

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Human minds are meant to function in certain ways when given certain situations. If you give someone power, they are bound to become corrupt. Corruption comes with revolution for a new way to rule the nation. In William Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, we see one of these revolutions occur. Julius Caesar is about to become crowned king, so a group of conspirators rise up against him. Shakespeare reveals that when an individual attains great power, both the individual and society are corrupted. Julius Caesar becomes corrupted, and he then corrupts society. Julius Caesar became corrupted by attaining power, through which he obtained by killing everyone else in power. “And do you now strew flowers in his way / That comes in triumph
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