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Portia dies by swallowing fire, or as we would say burning coal. Brutus reacts to her death is sorrow, but in calm sorrow - without weeping and such. He simply accepts her death and moves on.

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Well they first are talking in the beginning in a palace located in rome then Cassius wants brutus on his side so Cassius is telling brutus to be involved in killing Caesar. also brutus makes letters out across rome for brutus to see so he would see that the people love brutus more then Caesar what a friend right

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Antony asks Brutus to kill him in act 3 of Julius Caesar. He knows he is about to face a terrible situation and may die, so he asks Brutus to kill him because he believes it would be honorable to die by the same sward that killed Caesar.

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portia demanded that brutus tell her his scerets. by Danielle smith

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Portia asks Brutus to trust her, because she knows he is concerned about something but is not allowing her to help him, treating her not as his wife but as his whore.

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that it was a secret but he promised her that he would tell her later

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is brutus sick

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