Act 1 scene 1: -elements of this scene that helped establish the tone and mood ? -what would powerful caesar be likely to do to political enemies (flavius and marullus) who openly opposed him ?...

Act 1 scene 1:

-elements of this scene that helped establish the tone and mood ?

-what would powerful caesar be likely to do to political enemies (flavius and marullus) who openly opposed him ?

-when cobbler says, 'a mender of bad soles' what proffesional status does he mockiingly give him ?

-what rhetorical device does marcullus use as he rants at the commoners ?

-what does flavuis compare caesar to ?

-explain the pun in cobbler's speech ?

PLEASE HELP ME ! thanks a lot

 

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