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It contained so much superstition in order to foreshadow key events in the plot, to further develop characters, and to thrill and relate to the Elizabethan audience for whom the play was written During the play, people think Julius Caesar is strong.
Julius Caesar trusts so many people.Superstition, operation and honor are the theme of the whole drama to aid in the development of characters and plots. Because of the large time difference between the life of Julius Caesar and the life of Shakespeare, there are bound to be some omens and other supernatural forces in the play that reflect the time of Shakespeare more that the time in which Julius Caesar lived. Brutus, Decius, and all other conspiracy will utilize this power and the weaknesses of Julius. The power of language used to appeal others is not only present in the modern world, but also in the play The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, written by famous English playwright William Shakespeare Along with the use of omens reflective of the Roman Empire, Shakespeare also, either intentionally or unintentionally, used omens and supernatural forces that were more reflective of his time. There's a problem with this paper. From Calpurnia 's dream, superstition actually happened twice. Research has shown that most of the omens and portents in Julius Caesar are reflective of the Roman Empire, but there is also a presence of these superstitions from Shakespeare life during the Elizabethan Era. For this reason, it has played a main role in many classical pieces of literature. While Cassius did not act against this omen, he continued into the battle knowing that he would die he understood that if he went into battle he would die and that his death could be prevented if the battle was avoided.
Often, superstition and religion collide- especially in the Roman religion- which was originally based off of magic and myths Julius was vulnerable to friendship and was blind to the familiar path of Decius, Brutus, and other accomplices. Shakespeare staunchly followed the common Elizabethan conception of the universe as deliberately and benevolently patterned and planned; when, for some reason, something happened to temporarily force things out of kilter, individual people might suffer, but the universe would soon right it Through that process, the theme of William Shakespeare's play, Julius Caesar, friendship proves to be a very subtle and operational element.
However, after further reflection, it is clear to see the reason as to why they are included The coupling of the two historically separate events each celebrating distinct gender roles dramatically highlights the importance of gender characterization.