Cicero Essay Topics

Julius Caesar in Point of View of Calpurnia

I have had the most awful dream about my dear Caesar. A statue of my dear husband was seen spewing blood and the citizens of Rome were bathing in it. I ask myself if this is a sign. I have informed Caesar about my dream so he agreed to stay home. But Brutus just had… View Article

Plato and Freedom

What does Freedom mean exactly? There is no specific definition of Freedom. Everyone has his or her own definition of Freedom. One definition of freedom is to have “anything that I what, when I want, and have no worries. ” People say that the United States won its Freedom a long time ago, but where… View Article

Roman Republic and Brutus

Caesar`s saying really helps sum up Brutus’s character in Julius Caesar. Brutus was thought to not be a problem for Caesar and to be his right-hand man due to his dignity and devotion to him; however his qualities are exactly why it is such a disaster. What Brutus did was a huge surprise considering his… View Article

The True Tragic Hero

In Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, Marcus Brutus and Julius Caesar are different characters, but somehow similar. Marcus Brutus is a Roman political leader, son-in-law of the Roman philosopher Marcus Porcius Cato the Younger, born in Rome, and educated in law. Julius Caesar is a Roman general and statesman, who laid the foundations of… View Article

Mark Antony

In the classic Shakespeare play, Julius Caesar, Mark Antony and Brutus make speeches at Caesars funeral. While Mark Antony was trying to justify to the Romans his reasoning behind killing Caesar, while, on the other hand Brutus had basically said he disagreed with the men who murdered Caesar, he said his speech with very intelligent… View Article

Brutus in the play Julius Caesar by Shakespeare

Marcus Brutus is a character in William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar which is based on the true story of events in Rome more than 2,000 years ago. Caesar’s loyal friend, Portia’s loving husband, and a noble Roman. However, he leads other conspirators and murders Caesar. People often question, is Brutus a hero or a villain? Brutus… View Article

Julius Caesar: Tragic Hero

A tragic hero is a man of noble stature, not just any ordinary man, but a man with outstanding qualities and greatness about him. This nobleman will also have a serious tragic flaw which leads to his disastrous downfall. In Shakespeare’s play, Julius Caesar, two characters come to mind who may fit this definition –… View Article

Cady and Brutus

Brutus and Cady emerge as the most complex characters in Julius Caesar and Mean Girls respectively. They are each stories tragic heroes. In each of their soliloquies, the audience gains insight into the complexities of their motives. Brutus is a powerful public figure, but he appears also as a husband, a master to his servants,… View Article

Brutus in Julius Caesar

In William Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, Brutus is the most heroic character in the play. In the play Caesar is greatly respected in Rome and the citizens want to make him king. Brutus is a respected citizen of Rome and is a strong supporter of the republic. If Caesar became king he would… View Article

Deeds of the Divine Augustus

Deeds of the Divine Augustus • Trade and Currency The Roman currency is sestertius (HS). Augustus paid to the Roman plebs, HS 300 per man from his father’s will and in his own name, he gave HS 400 from the spoils of war when he was consul for the fifth time (29 BCE); furthermore, he… View Article