?The fault, dear brutus, is not in our stars,But in ourselves, that we are underlings. ?When Julius Caesar, the great Roman politician, returns after defeating the sons of his arch-rival, there is a celebration to mark his victory. But when it appears that he is a threat to the republic and might rise to power, the senators of Rome, including his loving friend Brutus, contrive a plan to murder him. Julius Caesar is stabbed to death at the Senate. But do the conspirators succeed in keeping Rome a republic?A tragedy resulting from the divided mind and inner struggles of a man, Julius Caesar is one of Shakespeare?s finest tragedies. This political drama has been adapted into films and continues to be staged time and again.