Ides of March: A Roman Tragedy
By Isis Payne
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Published: March 21, 2012
Words: 4,251 (approximate)
Cicero returns from war and is soon taken in by Julius Caesar who guides him in the world of politics, wealth and most of all, power. As he grows closer to Caesar, Cicero questions if Caesar should truly be the leader of Rome. He soon has to make a choice of gaining power or betraying a father figure.
Betrayal. One word that pounds into Ciceros head as he returns to the city of Rome. Taken in as Caesars young apprentice, gaining and fame and power amongst the people. He soon becomes involved with his mentors daughter and things take a turn. Holding secrets and getting sucked into the love of power, Cicero has to make a choice between loyalty or betrayal.
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