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English Power Play Essay

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Evaluate how the choice of Language Forms and Features have shaped the Representation of Shared Ideas about Governance, Power and Leadership that Retain Lasting Relevance 24/25

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Ancient Rome 1st millennium BC Roman Republic Julius Caesar First Triumvirate Last of the Romans Cleopatra Machiavellianism The Prince Marcus Junius Brutus the Younger Niccolò Machiavelli Mark Antony Caesar less
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The 16th century Renaissance context shared by Machiavelli and Shakespeare is reflected in shared, central concerns. Although The Prince (1513) and Julius Caesar (1599) are widely separated in time and place, both texts value a nation state, political, social, economic stability and military power. Machiavelli’s text repeatedly insists on a powerful citizen’s army and Shakespeare‘s focus is characterisation and valuing honor and loyalty to the monarch in the context of performance. To create their expertly composed texts which hold both previous and present significance, both authors e...
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