Which characters were power-hungry in Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare? I'm doing an essay about power in Julius Caesar but I need more information, and different points of view.

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Julius Caesar was power-hungry, and he was on his way to achieving his goal of having complete power over Rome and the empire at the time the conspirators struck. Marc Antony was not power-hungry before Caesar's assassination. He had the reputation of being a libertine. Cassius calls him "a masquer and a...

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