BlurbWilliam Shakespeare's Julius Caesar follows the lauded Shakespearian tradition of blending story and history in a gripping drama. Like many of Shakespeare's works, the heart of this masterpiece lies in the broad political themes employed to speak comment on life and patriotism in Shakespeare's England. As a quintessential demonstration of Shakespearian verse and construction, Julius Caesar is an essential element for students and Shakespeare aficionados alike.
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