Describe Shakespeares portrayal of the mob in Act 111 Scene2

Describe Shakespeares portrayal of the mob in Act 111 Scene2

Describe Shakespeares portrayal of the mob in Act 111 Scene2

Describe Shakespeares portrayal of the mob in Act 111 Scene2

In Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar 3.2, the Roman mob is portrayed as fickle. First, after Brutus talks to them, they not only accept that Caesar’s assassination was necessary, but they are ready to make Brutus emperor instead of Caesar.Soon after, when Antony speaks, they not only reject the idea that Caesar’s assassination was necessary, but they want to kill Brutus.They are an easily swayed mob that is also easily incited to violence.
Describe Shakespeares portrayal of the mob in Act 111 Scene2