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This edition of "Julius Caesar" provides a lively edition of one of Shakespeare's most familiar and studied plays. The introduction sets the play in the context of the last years of Elizabeth I's reign, with rebellion stirring and conflicts over the calendar. It also explains the conscious use of classical rhetoric in the language of Caesar himself, contrasting with the "modern" language of Cassius, and discusses Shakespeare's subtle use of his main source, Plutarch.


Author: William Shakespeare
Format: Hardback
Edition: New edition
Number of Pages: 412
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Publication Date: 20 Aug 1998

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