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by William Shakespeare

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How is the trait of fate shown to Brutus and relates to him being the tragic hero?

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The most notable point at which fate is revealed to Brutus in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar is the point at which Caesar's Ghost appears to Brutus in Act 4.3.

This can only be a bad omen.  The Ghost appears and, while the stage directions announce it as the Ghost of Caesar, the Ghost itself tells Brutus that it is "Thy evil spirit."  Then it tells Brutus...

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