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Respond to one of the following in your initial post: 1. Like Oedipus, Caesar receives a dire prophecy that proves tragic. Explain how Shakespeare's view of fate seems similar to and different than that of Sophocles in Oedipus the King . 2. At the end of the play, Marc Antony calls Brutus "the noblest Roman of them all." What does he mean, and do you agree? Use specifics from the text of the play to support your argument. 1.Caesar and Oedipus had been informed and alerted about a warning that would happen in their lives. The king Oedipus was informed from God as well as from an astrologer about a prediction that will happen in the forthcoming that he will kill his father and eventually marry his own mother. Caesar was informed and alerted by someone who was called a dreamer that beware the Ides of March. Also, Caesar’s wife had a dream and she had seen in her dream that blood was flooding from a fountain and the population of Rome was showering in there. This was basically cally informing Caesar that his death would be coming soon. Moreover, both the kings

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