Read the excerpt from Julius Caesar, act 2 scene 1. Which statement best summarizes the conflict in this passage? PORTIA. Brutus, my lord. BRUTUS.

Read the excerpt from Julius Caesar, act 2 scene 1.

Which statement best summarizes the conflict in this
passage?
PORTIA. Brutus, my lord.
BRUTUS. Portia, what mean you? Wherefore rise you
now?
It is not for your health thus to commit
Your weak condition to the raw cold morning.
O Portia is upset because Brutus is behaving as if
something is wrong, and he will not confide in her.
O Brutus is concerned that Portia will betray him to her
acquantances.
O Portia is offended because Brutus is routinely
impatient with her.
O Brutus is very sick, and Portia is worried that he will
die if he does not eat or sleep.
PORTIA. Nor for yours neither. You’ve ungently, Brutus,
Stole from my bed; and yesternight at supper
You suddenly arose, and walked about
Musing and sighing, with your arms across,
And when I asked you what the matter was,
You stared upon me with ungentle looks.
I urged you further; then you scratched your head,
And too impatiently stamped with your foot.
Yet I insisted, yet you answered not,
But with an angry wafture of your hand
Gaye sinn for me to leave you So I did

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