Julius Caesar

How did William Shakespeare alter the facts of Roman history in Julius Caesar? A. He changed the names of several important figures to lessen audience confusion. B. He simplified some events to heighten the drama of the play. C. He made Caesar a


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Since I cannot see all of answer C, I am going with B.  The point of the drama is not historical accuracy; rather it is that certain events lead up to the climax and that the characters each play a significant role in the tension that leads to the final outcome.  Accuracy does not displace all of the necessary elements of tragedy and drama.