One of Shakespeare’s finest plays in the series of great tragedies, *Julius Caesar* is a commentary on Roman politics. Set against the background of 44 BC, the play unfolds the story of the brutal killing of the Roman political leader by his own peers.
The play, written in an eloquent style, is infused with action, as it brings out the themes of betrayal in friendship, the uncertain nature of the general public, and vengeance in politics.
Certainly, the play is still held as one of the most interesting of Shakespeare’s works dealing with kinship, friendship and most importantly politics.
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