Julius Caesar

what does flavius final spech tells us about the attitude of some roman noble men to caesar's growing popularity?

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Flavius's speech causes the commoners to be ashamed of celebrating Caesar's victory. In his final speech, we learn that his worry and attitude (prevalent to a number of Roman nobles) was directly related to the fact they believed Caesar was too full of himself..... that he might attempt to take complete control.


Julius Caesar