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Julius Caesar Tragic Hero In Julius Caesar William Shakespeare illustrates Caesar as the Tragic Hero Greek philosopher Aristotle defines the Tragic Hero as a man of high estate that is a well-known well intentioned man whose misfortune results from some error in judgment or some flaw in character called the tragic flaw Based on Aristotles criteria for a Tragic Hero Julius Caesar fits best as the Tragic Hero William Shakespeare shows this by viewing Julius Caesar as a noble man of high rank by showing that he is a historical figure with a tragic flaw which leads to his downfall and by showing that Caesar accepts his fate of death and achieves honor and respect in his death Shakespeare illustrates Caesar as a tragic hero by showing that he is a noble man of high rank Every Roman follows his leadership and Caesar also defeats the great Pompey First of all At the Feast of Lupercal Caesar manipulates the commoners and made himself look noble to the commoners Casca said Why there was a crown offered to himpeople fell a-shouting I ii 221-223 Next to show how noble and great Caesar was the Romans would stand along the street sides to watch him pass by Madam not yet I go to take my stand to see him pass on to the Capitol said the soothsayer II iv 25-26 Finally Caesar had the greatest rank possible as he would have been crowned king if it werent for the conspiracys plot As Casca said Indeed they say senators tomorrow Mean to establish Caesar as king I iii 87-88 Shakespeare illustrates Caesar as a tragic hero by showing that he is a historical figure with a tragic flaw which leads to his death Julius Caesar took over most of the Roman Empire and his events are very important to history First Julius Caesar is very historical because if he werent then we would
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