Julius Caesar

a healthy republic requires a reasonably intelligent and responsive citizenry. how do the nobles in the play speak of the citizens of rome? how do their remarks shape your feelings about them? include direct text evidence

Julius Caesar act 1

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This is pretty involved for this short space. Generally the nobles try to manipulate the masses with rhetoric or, if they are not clever enough, they simply dismiss them. The nobles feel that the plebeians are sheep that can easily be swayed. This is shown to be true in this play.