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Analysis of Political Morality in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar

Journal: International Journal of English, Literature and Social Science (Vol.4, No. 1)

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Page : 785-80

Keywords : Manipulation; Morality; Politics; Tragedy.;

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This paper outlines the ever-lasting and never-ending issue of political morality that is substantially demonstrated in the play Julius Caesar by one of the greatest, if not the greatest, 16th century dramatist William Shakespeare. The paper's main focus is on the interpretation of political insinuations and its efficacy on the general republic and democracy. The paper draws its strength in delineating the political motives behind all kinds of evils such as mass manipulations, verbal fallacies, and brutal murders. It tries to throw light on the author's usage of his protagonist in manifesting to the audience, the inevitability of a person's character influencing their political beliefs and actions. The plot could not have been better plotted by the great dramatist, which conquers the then ongoing political turbulence in the gluttony of power and also seeking its relevance in the contemporary political era

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