What is the resolution in Julius Caesar?

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The resolution is a little unsettling, since so many of the characters have died by the end of the play.  Caesar, Brutus, and Cassius are all dead, and many more have died in the battles that ensued after Caesar's murder.

The resolution, though, comes in the idea that hope, and Rome, will live on.  Octavius and Antony are left to lead Rome into the future, and the reader can hope that they will have learned from the preceding events and carry that knowledge on with them.

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