summary for Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare?
Julius caesar is the story of a man's personal dilemma over moral action, set against a backdrop of strained political drama. Julius caesar, an able general and a conqueror returns to Rome amdist imeense popularity after after defeating the sons of Pompey. The people celebrate his victorius return and he is offered the crown by Mark Antony which he refuses. Jeolus of Caesar's growing power and afraid he may one day become a dictator, Cassius instigates a conspiracy to murder Caesar. He relises that in order to gan legitimacy in the eyes of the Romans, he must win over the noble Brutus to his side for Brutus is the most trusted and respected man in Rome. B rutus, the idealist, joins the conspiracy feeling everyone is driven by motives as honourable as his own. Ironically, Caesar is murdered at the foot of Pompey's statue.