Julius Caesar

William Shakespeare, 1599

Julius was a dictator. Brutus, Cassius,
and others decide to start a conspiracy
and kill the Emperor. Calpurnia, the wife of
the emperor, has nightmares about him being
killed. In addition psychics predict all sort of
bad things ...They kill the Emperor, and at the
funeral Brutus, makes a speech that makes
Caesar look bad. Then Mark Antony, one of
Caesar friends, makes a speech, and makes all
the Romans mad at the conspirators.
There is a war, and Anthony wins.

Julius's last thoughts:
"What the hell happened to collective
responsibility?".

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