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Shakespeare's great tragedy explained in plain and simple prose!"The Tragedy of Julius Caesar" is not a play about Julius Caesar. If that may seem strange to the audience of today, it was equally strange to the audience of Shakespeare’s own time. William Shakespeare was a writer of imagination and invention. Moreover, he was a playwright who appeared to enjoy breaking the conventions and traditions of drama to create new and brilliant plays that were unlike any tragedy or comedy that had been produced before.