Shakespeare (Act 2, Scene 1) (Pg 69-73)

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  • Portia, What are you doing awake? It isn't good for your health.
  • It's not good for your health, either.
  • I wouldn't even be able to recognize you, Brutus. Tell me what's bothering you
  • I'm not feeling well-that's all.
  • Are you sick? I deserve to know about. And on my knees, I urge you.
  • Don't Kneel, noble Portia.
  • In this scene, Portia walked into Brutus's bedroom and he asks her why she's awake. She talks to him about how she wants to know what's going on and she's worried about him.
  • Tell me, Brutus, as your wife, aren't I supposed to be told the secrets that concern you?
  • You're my true & honorable wife.
  • In this scene, Portia knows something's wrong with Brutus because he has a strange mood that won't let him eat, talk or sleep that she notices. So she decides to talk to him and try to get him to answer her.
  • Tell me your secrets. I won't betray them. I've proved my truthworthiness.
  • Oh, gods, make me worthy of this noble wife!
  • In this scene, Portia starts worrying on the health of Brutus for walking uncovered in the morning and it's letting the disease-infected air make him sicker. She tells him that she should know whats going on and why all those men were here.
  • Listen! (someone knocks) Portia, go inside awhile, and soon enough you'll share the secrets of my heart.
  • In this scene, Portia speaks to Brutus and wants him to know he is concerned of what's wrong with Brutus and that he should be able to trust her with his secrets.
  • In this scene, Portia wants Brutus to trust her. She wants him to know she wouldn't betray him and she tells him she is a woman from a noble family.
  • In this scene, Brutus will soon tell Portia later on what's going on because he heard a knock on the door that was maybe for him and he has Lucius answer.
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