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Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar

  

by William Shakespeare

Julius Caesar: Themes (For the Most Part) True or False

1. Who enters the conspiracy out of a belief that he is being courageous? -> Julius Caesar
2. Some actions are done in the name of what and others in spite of it? -> Power
3. Shakespeare thus raises the question of whether what is ever done for noble purposes, or always just to save oneself or escape? -> Suffering
4. What rhetorical skills play centrally? -> Writing
5. What is practiced against almost every major character in the play? -> Deception

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