Julius Caesar the king of Rome was a bad king"he is a dreamer: let us leave him." Also he once said to his wife while she was having bad dreams "Caesar shall forth. The things that threatened me ne"er looked but on my back. When they shall see The face of Caesar, they are vanished". One more thing he also said " I rather tell thee what is to be feared than what I fear, for always I am Caesar. Come on to my right hand, for this ear is deaf, And tell me truly what thou think"st of him".
Julius Caesar was a bad king because he look upon his people and thought little of what they said "he is a dreamer: let us leave him. Pass". Now does that seem like what a good or bad king would say to his people? Julius goes on to say about his people "speak Caesar is turned to hear". Yet again does that seem like a person of the people or some one who thinks that he is above the people? Again Caesar appoints himself higher in power than he does of his people "peace, ho! Caesar speaks".
Here are some more interesting facts that Julius has presented to us. Caesar's wife has just had bad dreams about him and tells him not to go to the council the next day but he says, "Caesar shall forth. The things the threatened me ne"er looked but on my back. When they shall see the face of Caesar" they are vanished". All that Caesar is saying is that no one can avoid these predictions that his wife is telling him except me. " What can be avoided whose end is purpose by the mighty gods? Yet Caesar shall go forth, for these predictions are to the world in general as to Caesar". I am all of what Caesar says he puts his self-above the rest thinking that he the almighty the indestructible the one the only in which nothing can happen to he is Caesar! "Cowards die many times before their deaths; the valiant never taste of death but once". Again this is pertaining to the great Caesar. .
And foremost the words of Caesar "I rather tell thee what is to be feared than what I fear, for always I am Caesar".