Betrayal of the people by political elite, which is the central theme in William Shakespeare’s play, The tragedy of Julius Caesar will always remain a major concern in the modern world. For this reason, this play will forever continue to be relevant to the curriculum.
William Shakespeare portrays the political elite as self centered individuals who betray the very people who elected them into leadership positions. Presidents and leaders make empty promises that they fail to fulfill.
The death of Caesar further demonstrates this, as the Roman citizens’ object to the killing of their charismatic leader, who is