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Irony- incongruity between the actual result of a sequence of events and the normal or expected result It is 101 BC the Roman Empire is at its zenith and a man named Julius Caesar has the power of it within his grasp Unwanted till now he soon realizes the influence he now holds over so many lives Perhaps he is nave However if choosing who out of Marcus Brutus Marcus Antonius Cassius and Julius Caesar I choose whom the people chose Julius Caesar would have been an extraordinary leader of Rome As a revered general for the empire he conquered many with an iron fist of trepidity including the dreaded Pompey whose statue later in a twisted sense of irony Caesar meets his untimely fate upon Caesar was a person the people of Rome could look up to relate to and follow He was born and raised in Rome joined the army at a young age and showed an almost predilectory understanding of warfare He rose through the ranks to become the greatest general that Rome had ever known Caesar was a remarkable man with many kingly qualities such as his luminosity endurance perceptiveness love for the people any many many more He very well might have been the greatest leader that Rome would even know if not for the inequitable ideas of one man Cassius It was only after his return from conquering the mighty Pompey that the glory of Rome became to apparent to Julius Caesar He wanted the crown he wanted it like a child wants candy With his advanced knowledge of subliminal tactics he devised a plan that would force the citizens to beg him to take the crown His beloved servant and yes-man Marcus Antonius offered him the crown three times with thousands there to witness the event and each time Caesar refused the crown Not because he did not want it for he craved the crown but because
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