The Relationship Between Caesar and Calpurnia and Brutus and Portia
In William Shakespeare's play, The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, the wives of Caesar and Brutus in Act II, scenes i and ii, both had a different relationships with their husbands. Both couples loved each other, however, they reacted and influenced to each other differently.
<Tab/>In Act II, scene i, Portia, Brutus' wife, was a lively yet tough woman with a mind of a man. When Portia noticed that something was bothering Brutus, she was determined to find out and, to do this, she had to prove him that she was strong enough to keep a secret by giving herself a voluntary wound in t…
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