Written by shakespeare in 1599 julius caesar has become one of most eye opening pieces on power and the use and misuse of it in this play julius caesar is depicted as egotistical and easily swayed by others arguments that appeal to his pride or love of self image as seen in act ii scene ii when calpurnia caesars wife attempted to persuade caesar to stay home after having dreams . Bloom harold ed julius caesar modern critical interpretationsnew york chelsea house publishers 1992 in this book yale critic harold bloom compiles a list of critical essays on julius caesar reflecting a variety of schools of criticismit also includes notes on the contributing critics and a chronology of the authors life. Essays and criticism on william shakespeares julius caesar julius caesar classical and medieval literature criticism. Julius caesar critical essays also examines the current debates concerning the play in marxist psychoanalytic deconstructive queer and gender contexts excerpt the continuing goal of the shakespeare criticism series is to provide the most significant and original contemporary interpretations of shakespeares works. Get this from a library julius caesar new critical essays horst zander julius caesar represents the decisive turning point in the whole shakespearean canon with it shakespeares interest began to shift from history to basic issues of human existence this collection
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