Hello all! So the novel I'm writing starts off at a political rally. My MC's dad is giving a speech against a group of people, and I'm struggling to write it. This is how I want it to go: "Monsters are infesting our country." Brief paragraph on the surroundings "They're enrolling in our schools." Crowd reaction. "They're stealing our jobs." Crowd reaction. "They're marrying our daughters." Crowd reaction. At a political rally, the crowd often cheers or boos after every sentence the politician says. I want the reader to understand that that is happening, so I don't want the reaction to be too long and take away from the speech. I just want a simple "The crowd grunts their agreement" without it sounding too repetitive or... elementary, I guess. I want it to feel real. And I don't know how to do that. :\ Should I just write the whole paragraph and mention that the crowd punctuated every sentence with a murmur of agreement? Or should I try to add the cheers after each sentence? Is what I'm saying even making any sense? lol If you have any examples from professional works, I'd love to read them. I tried to Google it, but all I got was information on how to write a political speech in real life, not how to write reactions to them in a novel.. I'm stuck. Thanks in advance!