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 Act 1 of Julius Caesar begins around the streets of ancient The italian capital during the high holiday of Lupercal. Residents all over The italian capital are not only honoring the holiday, but also honoring Caesar's go back from Egypt. While remembering with his fellow Romans, Caesar gets an oracular alert from a soothsayer whom tells him to " Beware of the ides of March”. Because Caesar can be celebrating his return and impending crowning, Cassius can be plotting to murder Caesar because he's jealous and feels that Caesar is not a better than him, so why ought to he find the crown when he has nothing. Cassius's first step in the plot against Caesar is always to try to swing Brutus far from Caesar and onto the conspirator part. He does this by playing on Brutus's rectitude and saying that Caesar has no prize, and that if he becomes dictator he will damage Rome. Following meeting with Cassius, Brutus continues to be not completely convinced regarding whether or not to participate the conspiracy. He is conflicted (torn) simply by his commitment to Caesar and the way forward for Rome with Caesar's growing power. Knowing that he must do the right point, Brutus works prudently and informs Cassius that he may weigh his options. Cassius knows that Brutus has not been swayed to his side, thus he programs to send Brutus forged characters from the persons of Rome that express their appreciate and value for Brutus in hopes this will show him that Caesar is not really the only one liked and respected by people.

There are numerous themes uncovered in Julius Caesar which include; Pride, Superstition and exclusive chance, but the most significant theme is manipulation. Among the many manipulation techniques used in Julius Caesar is flattery, this is apparent the moment Cassius tries to persuade Brutus to join the conspiracy. Cassius says to Brutus, " Where most of the best value in Rome/Except immortal Caesar, speaking of Brutus/And groaning beneath this age's yoke/Have wish's that noble Brutus got his eye. ” When ever Cassius says this to Brutus what he's aiming to do can be stroke Brutus's ego simply by...

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