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One would say it was everyone isn't what he or she seems. One would say it was rhetoric and power. One will talk about all three in this essay. "The Tragedy of Julius Caesar" raises many questions about fate vs. freewill. Julius Caesar was the main component of this theme. In the saying "in life there are no coincidences" it saying that there is no such thing as luck...
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In the play Julius Caesar said "Men at sometime were masters of their fates. The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, But in ourselves, that we are underlings" (I.ii.140?142). This shows that Julius Caesar thought about the fate and freewill of people. "The Tragedy of Julius Caesar" brings about the theme of everyone isn't what they seem...
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