William Shakespeare's play, The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, is
mainly based on the assassination of Julius Caesar. The character
who was in charge of the assassination was, ironically, Marcus Brutus,
a servant and close friend to Julius Caesar. But what would cause a
person to kill a close friend? After examining Brutus' relationship to
Caesar, his involvement in the conspiracy, and his importance to the
plot, the truth can be revealed.
Marcus Brutus, a servant
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good friend to Julius Caesar, but not good
enough. He had moral values dealing with Rome and its people. Brutus'
values then made him join a conspiracy against Caesar put together by
Cassius. Brutus joined this mainly because he didn't want Caesar to
turn his back on Rome so there would be a reasonable reason for
killing Caesar. If Brutus wasn't in the play, there would be no
"Tragedy" in The Tragedy of Julius Caesar.