In Julius Caesar, why is Portia so nervous?

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In Julius Caesar, why is Portia so nervous?

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William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar tells of the plot to murder Caesar. Several characters are prominent, with Caesar barely making an appearance in the play. Shakespeare focuses on the co-conspirators and the effect their murder of Caesar has on them.

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Portia, wife of Brutus, knows of his involvement in the planned assassination of Julius Caesar, and worries about her husband. She has Lucius run to...

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Julius Caesar Act 2 Scene 4 Summary
Julius Caesar Act 2 Scene 4 Summary

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Chapter 8 / Lesson 7
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This lesson will summarize Act II, Scene 4 of William Shakespeare's ''The Tragedy of Julius Caesar''. This scene focuses on Brutus's wife, Portia, and the anxiety that she feels for her husband's unknown plans for Caesar's death.


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