Julius Caesar

In Scene IV, Portia is agitated. The audience is supposed to assume that something has happened, even though it wasn't dramatized in the play. What has transpired offstage to cause her such distress?

Act two, scene four

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Portia is aware of Brutus' plans and attempting to thwart them.


Julius Caesar