In Act Two of Julius Caesar, the reader was introduced to the characters of Portia and Calpurnia. They were similar in many ways.
Portia was the wife of Brutus. She noticed that there was something the matter with Brutus when he uncharacteristically awoke very early in the morning. She asked him what was bothering him but her question was only answered by a glare. She continued her questioning and insisted that he tell her what
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loved by expressing so much concern for Caesar's life and offering him the advice. She also was strong because she felt that she could order Caesar around and tell him not to go to the meeting. Calpurnia proved that she was determined by not giving up after Caesar first refused to stay home at her first suggestion.
Although they were in two different situations, the characteristics of Portia and that of Calpurnia were very similar.