Compare And Contrast Portia And Calpurnia

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Compare and Contrast Portia and Calpurnia Have you ever wondered how similar, two people are? Have you ever wondered how different they are? The book Ii 'm here to talk about is The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare. The book is about how Julius Caesar died. But Ii 'm not here to talk about Julius Caesar;, I am going to talk about how Portia and Calpurnia are the same and different. (In the next sentence you should explain who is Portia and who is Calpurnia). The differences are Portia is independent, respectedful, and helpful. Calpurnia is less independent, not respected, and not helpful. Although these women have their differences, they also have much in common. I will compare Portia and Calpurnia. The similarities between them are that they both cared…show more content…
She cared about her husband. Portia wants Brutus’ health to be good and she doesn 't think it is very good.Portia says “ which sometime hath his hour with every man. It will not let you eat, not talk, nor sleep, and , could it work so much upon your shape as it hath much prevailed on your condition, i should not know you, Brutus. Dear my lord, make me acquainted with your cause of grief.”I chose the quote because in the text it says “ dear my lord, make me acquainted with your cause of grief.’’ Which means dear husband, tell me what is upsetting you. She is asking what is wrong so you can help whether its about his health or his personal problems. Now that we see how she cared about his health we will see how she is married to a strong man. Portia is married to a very strong man. Portia can also give Brutus some ideas about how to run everything. Brutus says this about Portia, “You are my true and honorable wife, as dear to me as are the ruddy drops that visit my sad heart.’’I chose this quote because it explains how Brutus thinks she honorable and will trust
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