Analyzing Caeser's Character In 'Julius Ceasar'

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“A fool thinks himself to wise but a wise man knows himself to be a fool” - William shakespeare This quote was stated in a play written by shakespeare “As you like it” which is believed to have been written in 1599 and first published in the First Folio in 1623. To me this quote is saying A fool thinks himself to know it all and believes he cannot better himself in any way. A wise man knows he can better himself and learn new things. This quote is interesting and fits into todays society because fools remain foolish as wise men keep learning new things. This essay the facts and opinions it will prove that this is a good quote to live by. As Caeser refused the crown he showed foolishness. At a religious festival Mark Antony offered Julius Caeser the crown and Caeser refused it. Caeser got offered the crown of the king which would have brought him more ower but he refused it and its power. As Caeser teamed with his two enemys he showed foolishness an carelessness. After caeser pardoned with Marcus Junius Brutus and Gaius Cassius after the batter of pharsalus thet led a group of senators in a plot to kill Caeser. Caeser helped two men after a battle and they stabbed…show more content…
As a parent you kind of have to because kids are always asking questions and your supposed to know the answers. So there for i got to learn where lightning and clouds came from. i got to try an figure out geometry all over again”. When asked about if she thinks she has influenced anyone to live by this quote she said, “ I hope i have influenced my children to live by this quote because knowledge and experience make life exciting and fun” When asked how she feels about this quote, she said “i feel this is a quote that everybody should live by. everybody should strive to learn new things, see new places and wonders and try out new

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