Calpurnia is the personification of an honorable and loving Roman woman. She is a submissive wife of Caesar, their feelings are mutual, despite the fact that she could not give birth to his heirs. She is very concerned about the safety of her husband. On the eve of the murder of Caesar, she had a dream that predicted the death of her husband. She begs to stay him with her, for his safety, as she feels the approach of trouble. He agrees to stay with her in order to stop her experiences. Hence, he is persuaded to go to the Capitol.
Calpurnia in the Essays