Introduction:In the group of Shakespearean Roman plays, Julius Caesar remains an epic making work and like Coriolanus, their other theatrical play, Julius Caesar also has a strong opening scene of a crowd in commotion. In fact, the presence of Roman Crowd in their various characteristics can be felt throughout the play of Julius Caesar. However, it is in the opening scene and in the forum scene that they are actively instrumental in mounding the course of the play. Let us now have a close look of their characteristics under the following heads.
Explores the Changing Roles:William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar explores the changing roles of main characters, Roman Mob and principle political personages, as they interact with Roman history as partners in political relationships of various types. Roman Mob is the person the reader comes to know best, as they serve as narrator for most of the story. It is through their voice and eyes that the reader views the drama's events. Their heroes both Antony and Brutus is defined as a stereotypical impractical political artist with no sense of political management. It is because of their ephemeral character, Roman Mob, has already assumed a major portion of the duties necessary in running a socio- political identity , including power mobilization, power planning, and distribution of power. Their personalities and concerns seem as different and difficult as these leaders are.
Feeding and Caring for the State: