The truth behind a murderer
Anna Elz

I agree with the statement made above that Caesar was not a bad person because I feel like most people tend to think he’s a bad human being because of his past actions. In a way his past surfaced how he would turn out in the future turning him into what he became, a murderer. Even though the readers may tend to judge him by concluding that he isn’t a good man I strongly agree with the opposite statement stated above which emphasizes that if the reader really pays attention to the reading and as well as contextual evidence and not his past actions you can tell he’s not a bad man by the way he views his niece and nephew with such love.

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