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William Shakespeare is famous for dozens of plays and sonnets Also for creating very complex characters with sometimes more than one personality One of his most famous works is The Tragedy of Julius Caesar Julius Caesar was a Roman ruler in ancient times until he was murdered by those feared his power was overgrown Caesar gained power in the first place by defeating his rival Pompey He was offered the crown thrice and denied to wear it each time The Tragedy of Julius Caesar was performed many years ago in the Globe Theatre with little scenery and mousy men playing the women Women were not allowed to become actors This essay explains the significance of Caesars most famous line to the play and also its meaning Let me have men about me with character and feeling Cassius doesnt enjoy the normal everyday life that we do Brutus I do not fear him as he does not fear me Cassius is never at ease or completely relaxed but always watching what does not need to be watched When Caesar speaks his famous quote he is talking to Antony beloved friend of Caesar Would he were fatter But I fear him not Yet if my name were liable to fear I do not know the man I should avoid So soon as that spare Cassius He reads much He is a great observer and he looks Quite through the deeds of men he loves no plays As thou dost Antony he hears no music Seldom he smiles and smiles in such a sort As if he mockd himself and scornd his spirit That could be moved to smile at any thing Such men as he be never at hearts ease Whiles they behold a greater than themselves And therefore are they very dangerous I rather tell thee what is to be feard Than what I fear for always I am Caesar Come on my right hand
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