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Julius Caesar

Feb 23, 2017 03:57 PM Read

I've been reading this for moths since I've been studying it at uni. But I wanted to take my time to actually understand the use of the language, so page after page, I would study the words. There have been already many critics about this play, so there is no need to push it. I'll just say th...Read More

Shakespear's timeless creation.

Jan 21, 2017 08:00 AM Read (via Mobile)

William Shakespear is greatest of all dramatists of all times.I am a great fan of his dramas, plays and poems.Julius ceaser is the story of a man's personal dilemma over moral action, set against a backdrop of strained political drama.Julius Caesar, an able administrator returns to Rome amidst i...Read More

THE BEST ONE

Mar 29, 2016 01:30 PM Read

Julius Caesar tested my expertise. Moreover, it universally made me understand that everyone is ambiguous in nature. It changed the way I relate to people. Surprisingly, a difficult hitting tragedy produced me realize to forgive total heartedly. This play enhanced my pondering depth and elevated...Read More

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JULIUS CAESAR

Feb 07, 2016 07:19 PM Read

Almost all plays written by William Shakespeare are up to the mark from Romeo and Juliet  to Hamlet but yet my favorite one is  Julius Caesar.The famous dialogue from the  play 'Et  tu Brute"? yet remains an all time rounder. The play just not only focuses on the brutal killing of  Julius ...Read More

A beautiful author with his own way!

Aug 06, 2015 11:41 PM Read (via Mobile)

Hello It was a very good book. I have read it few times as his script and his words really so beautiful which touches my heart every time. This book was completely on thoughts and creativity which makes me to read this book again and again. As this book is written on Roman countries which was...Read More

 
Books have been a source of knowledge for many centuries. There is atleast one book written on every single topic under the sun. Books are not only written to educate, they are written for leisure and even for the metamorphosis of the soul.There are a hundred categories to choose from when it comes to books.
Caese-Thy-Rome

Jul 29, 2015 08:27 PM Read

During days of ICSE, I had Julius Caesar written by William Shakespeare. It had 5 Acts .Each Act comprises of 4 scenes approx. First Act starts with introduction of characters and framing the scenes.It shows how brutus and Caesar are best of brothers. Second Act tends to attract readers wi...Read More

JULIUS CAESAR

Jul 22, 2015 12:20 PM Read

"JULIUS CAESAR" is one of the most popular book of English novel.this is written by the most popular play writer of the ancient era "WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE".Julius Caesar is the play which is based on the fall of a roman king name Julius Caesar. There was a conspiracy by his own friend name "Bru...Read More

King of Story Writer

Apr 24, 2015 02:38 AM Read

One of my favorite book of all time. Shakespeare's script and his words really made me mad . His way of writings is really  awesome and it present in a beautiful way. This book has a good way of thoughts  and creativity which invokes me to read this book. This book is all about the story of R...Read More

Rebublicanism and Imperialism

Sep 03, 2006 11:26 PM Read

ABOUT THE PLAY The play Julius Caesar is among William Shakespeare’s greatest works…Shakespeare has used various sources for this play but mostly he drew the plot from Sir Thomas North’s translation of Plutarch’s Lives…the three main lives include that of Marcus Brutus, Julius Caesar and Marc...Read More

Can you handle Rome?

Mar 03, 2006 03:09 PM Read

Well, I will be honest with you. I thought of writing this review after reading the one written by diver. No doubt, the book is fantastic and ol' willy shakespeare deserves a pat on the back for this. SYNOPSIS Julius Caesar, the most powerful man in Rome, becomes the victim of a conspiracy...Read More

All Roads lead to the Roman Empire!

Mar 03, 2006 12:38 PM Read

THE ROMAN EMPIRE Julius Caesar is one of the best tragedies from the greatest dramatists of all times, William Shakespeare. The story takes us all the way back to the ancient Rome, the land of ancient legends, Gods and wars. The Roman Empire might have been the strongest and the most influent...Read More

Lovely read, provided one understands the lingo

Dec 24, 2004 03:37 PM Read

The strength of Shakespeare is his characterization, and in this play, his strength has the fullest impact. Several eminent critics - not ordinary reviewers like us - claim that Shakespeare was better in characterization more than the plot. So be it. It is one of the finest Shakespearan trage...Read More

Roman Rhapsody

Jul 19, 2002 09:32 PM Read

Julius Caesar is one of the most engaging tragedies by William Shakespeare.The dramatis personae are Caesar,his wife Calphurnia,Marcus Brutus,Caius Cassius,Marcus Antonius and Octavius. The story is thus.Its the feast of Lupercal.Caesar has returned triumphant from Spain.While celebrations ar...Read More

Understand the lingo and Enjoy!!

May 17, 2001 05:29 AM Read

''Julius Caesar'' by Sir William Shakespeare is one of the greatest literary pieces of the Victorian Era. Julius Caesar's exciting plot, brilliant rhetoric, and searching characterisation have made it one of Shakespeare's most popular plays with both readers and theatre-goers. Next to ''Macbeth,...Read More

Talk about a boring book!

Dec 08, 2000 03:20 AM Read

This book has all the ingredients of making your reader fall asleep. Its extremely boring and I wish the author added a little more to the story. It does not have the rush, swoop and excitement. Even though its historic I think it could have been made a little more fun, I mean just add a little ...Read More

Really good book

Feb 16, 2017 04:09 PM Read

Throughout showing secondary school sophomores for a long time, I have perused Julius Caesar more than thirty circumstances, and I never become sick of its wealth of detail or the intricacy of its characters. Practically consistently, I wind up making a similar basic inquiry - "Whom improve? ...Read More

“Et tu, Brute?”

Dec 25, 2016 06:14 PM Read

These lines have frequented gatherings of people and perusers for a considerable length of time, since The Bard initially introduced the play, accepted to be in 1599, when Shakespeare would have been 35. Enlivening scenes from Roman history, this catastrophe, more than displaying a life story of...Read More

Julius ceaser

Jul 03, 2015 03:24 PM Read

The Oxford School Shakespeare has become the preferred introduction to the literary legacy of the greatest playwright in the English language. This exclusive collection of the Bard's best works has been designed specifically for readers new to Shakespeare's rich literary legacy. Each play is ...Read More


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