by William Shakespeare
Roman dictator Julius Caesar returns from a victorious campaign in Spain, causing his fellow-citizens to mistrust the scope of his political ambitions. Afraid that he will accept the title of ‘king’, a group of conspirators persuade Marcus Brutus to join their plot against Caesar. William Shakespeare’s play revolves around Marcus Brutus as he grapples with issues of friendship, honor, and patriotism.
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