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Julius Caesar Gender Quotes

How we cite our quotes: (Act.Scene.Line). Line numbers correspond to the Riverside edition.

Quote #10

I must go in. [Aside] Ay me, how weak a thing
The heart of woman is! (2.4.45-46)

OK, OK, we get it.  The characters in Julius Caesar (including Portia, one of only two female characters in the play) think women are "weak." 

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