julius caesar - Portia is a beautiful and intelligent woman...

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Unformatted text preview: Portia is a beautiful and intelligent woman in William Shakespeare's play "Julius Caesar." She is a woman who is dignified, beautiful, caring, smart, persistent, and possesses great strength of character. In "Julius Caesar" by William Shakespeare , Portia comes across as a very powerful character who is not only beautiful but also intelligent as well. Moreover she seems to be a woman who is self-assured in fact that she enjoys her husband's confidence and his love. She also tries to be true to her linage, and also to her present standing, that is being married to someone like Brutus. She is also quite observant, and can give a detailed account of how he behaved. This has had her worried, so she implores him to share his secret with her. When Brutus tries to waive away her attempts,she refuses to be put off. She appeals to his love and to Brutus tries to waive away her attempts,she refuses to be put off....
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2009 for the course ENGL 9455 taught by Professor Johnd.griner during the Spring '08 term at Valdosta State University .

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