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By: Jessica ,Faith ,Ciarah ,Melanie ,Allison ,Zack , & Hunter Julius Caesar Intro First Second Conclusion Third Bonus > Many critics associate Julius Caesar and its treatment of Rome with Shakespeare's England. > After the assassination of Julius Caesar, there was a struggle for power. > Another theory is that Shakespeare believed that the government could not survive with out the will of the people to support the leader.
> If the ruler was not loved by the citizens, then the government would not last.
> Desires of assassination in Caesar parallels how many citizens felt during Elizabeth’s extensive reign. > Also, like Ceasar, Elizabeth was succeeded by a close relative.
> After Caesar’s death three men took over Rome. One in which, was his nephew, Octavius.
> When Queen Elizabeth was killed, her close cousin, James IV, took over England. > Shakespeare was a political propagandist.
> He expressed his opinions on politics through his work and plays.
> Instead of forcing his opinion, he put it into the form of entertainment; therefore he would get more of a response from readers.
> He finds ways to voice his opinion without making it obvious. Julius Caesar * He was a Roman general and statesman and a distinguished writer of Latin prose.
* from July 100 BC – 15 March 44 BC
* He played a critical role in the gradual transformation of the Roman Republic into the Roman Empire. Vocabulary Apathetic - showing or feeling no interest enthusiasm, or concern.
Aloof- not primary er forthcoming ; cool dsitant.
Ambiguous- unclear or inexact because a choice between alternatives has not been made. > Instead of Caesar preaching to the public about it, he decided to hide it in a play to voice his political opinion in entertainment. > Calpurnia, the wife of Caesar, was barren and unable to produce. It eventually led to the downfall of Rome. > In Shakespeare’s time, Queen Elizabeth was never married, and never produced a child.