[Journal Task #8] Rising Star

Modern day version of Shakespeare’s ‘Much Ado About Nothing’.

[Journal Task #7] Sharpened Tongue

Enter Beatrice and Benedick. Beatrice: Oh, look at this dizzy-eyed Benedick, blinded by the thought of ‘love’. Wasn’t it he who said that he truly loved none? So whatever has changed him? Benedick: Beatrice, oh Beatrice, where art thou Beatrice? Beatrice: Ugh, he’s like a hell-hated demon! For as much as he wants to love,…

How Would You Describe… Tragic?

I’m sure everybody has heard of the play Julius Caesar by Shakespeare. Many call it a tragedy. But how would you describe a tragedy? Many people say it is obviously tragic because of the way that the great Caesar was murdered. Others say it was because Brutus died and I agree. But how would you…

Power Leads to Corruption

The play Julius Caesar, written by William Shakespeare, is a tragedy play which explores many aspects of life. One main thing carried throughout the whole play is the flaw of corruption. The main cause for corruption is power and power is what many characters in Julius Caesar seek. Julius Caesar himself is the most powerful…

Beware the Ides of March

Julius Caesar is a play written by one of our greatest literary scholars, William Shakespeare. The play is set in 44 BC, during a time where Rome faced social revolution,  demonstrations of public violence, and civil wars. Julius Caesar and his character was strong but arrogant. He was a dictator among a growing Roman Empire,…