Originally published 06/14/2017
What the rightwing is really upset about is how Shakespeare helps us see the tyrant for what he is.
Originally published 09/07/2015
Why is Julius Caesar, lover of power and Cleopatra, too, so wildly popular in 2015? The answer is the public’s fascination with his unique story, and a true story.
Originally published 04/22/2015
After reevaluating Caesar’s symptoms and looking into his family history, a pair of doctors now believes that the famed dictator may have actually been the victim of a series of “mini-strokes” that damaged his health and affected his mental state.
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