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What are the internal and external conflicts of Caesar in the play Julius Caesar?

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Often, many readers examine the internal and external conflicts of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar in relation to Brutus, but it's important to realize that Caesar himself faces internal and external conflict (though he has precious little time on the stage before his untimely demise). In a nutshell, the internal conflict Caesar faces is his own paranoia, while the external conflict he faces is the murderous conspiracy of dissatisfied Romans. 

While Caesar begins the play...

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