Essay Response2 - A Essay Responses In Julius Caesar...

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Essay Responses A. In Julius Caesar, Caesar’s enemies, in this case those who are conspiring against him are asking him to go to the senate house. In that same moment Caesar’s wife is describing her dreams and she interprets them as omens warning her that Caesar is in grave danger and shouldn’t leave the house. Caesar does not listen to his wife and then says “Cowards die many times before their deaths; the valiant never taste of death but once.” (2.2.32-33), Caesar says this because he believes that nothing can harm and that his wife’s warning hold no real danger in them. He doesn’t want to seem like a coward and ends up going to the senate house without even considering his wife’s warnings. At the senate house Caesar is stabbed by all the conspirators and dies on the spot, his arrogance caused his own downfall because he did not take any warnings into significance. Caesar’s decision in this situation could have changed his life if he had been less egotistical, B. In
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