Examples Of Ignorance In Julius Caesar

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We human beings see ourselves as superior, to both other species and other people. However, in Julius Caesar William Shakespeare shows us how frail our minds truly are. In the play Julius Caesar, a Roman man named Caesar comes back home to Rome after year of battling in war. Where the Senate, the ones who run Rome, fear for his return because they believe they will be stripped of their power. After realizing this, the Senate now begins the plan of Caesar’s assassination. William Shakespeare wrote this play to show us the ignorance, insecurity, and selfishness of us human beings. Ignorance was shown a number of times throughout the story, for many people of the play were not aware of what was going on, or what was going to happen. In

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