The Julius Caesar

submit an essay that explores the following question, utilizing the material from the course thus far: • Within Julius Caesar, what do you believe to be the primary conflict? While this may seem like an obvious question, it really is not. There could be a number of ways to address this prompt.  Do you see the primary conflict to be the personalities of some of the characters? Caesar’s “ambition?” Cassius’s actions? Brutus’s actions? The desire for power? Fear of tyranny? Something else? A few important notes about this paper 2. Your thesis statement, or your argument, should be the final sentence of your introductory paragraph.  3. As always, I don’t have a predefined conflict in my mind. In fact, I see this play as very dynamic and reflective of the complexities of real life; thus, I am open to a wide range of interpretations. Take time to think through what you want your thesis to be.  4. Important: it is expected that you use significant evidence/quotes from the movie/text to support your ideas. A good rule of thumb is 1-2 quotes/specifics per body paragraph. 5. Your papers should be cited in MLA format to the best of your ability. This will be an aspect that I can comment on to help you when you submit your draft, but all drafts should still be submitted with MLA format. Please see the MLA guide in ‘Syllabus & Resources’ section of the course. 6. Please reach out with any and all questions. I am here to help! If you have ideas that you might want to write about, please reach out and we can work on developing them together. Link to the PLay below. Please note this is from the 1953 Movie below https://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/79974/julius-caesar#film-details CITED WORKS is EXPECTED TO BE FROM THE PLAY  http://shakespeare.mit.edu/julius_caesar/full.html https://www.sparknotes.com/nofear/shakespeare/juliuscaesar/page_210/

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