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Summary: Comparative study of Julius Caesar ( Shakespeare) and The Prince (Machiavelli)

Document contains an in depth study of both Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar" 1599 and Machiavelli's "The Prince" 16th century. It includes context of the time they were written, content of the novels to further understand and explore themes they discuss. In a very clear table format themes are listed and explained, with supporting quotes to enhance arguments. The document looks at both texts, comparing them throughout.

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