Julius Caesar

Do you think the commoners are afraid of Marullus and flavius, or are they mocking them? Why are the commoners' views important?

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The commoner's views are important because they are the majority. The celebratory mood in the city isn't one of fear, and the commoners are not mocking the tribunes. None-the-less, the people are ashamed after being chastised by the two men and go back to their occupations.


Julius Caesar