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The implicit analogy of Portia to Medea does not bode well.
But now, as she approaches the end of a year-long contract in Hampshire, Portia needs to find a new job.
It is a polyphony on stage, the "multiple chords" of human character in all of its contradictions that Jay Halio wishes one heard in the representation of characters who, deemed "problematic," have too often, Halio feels, had their contradictions suppressed in production, most notoriously Shylock, but also Portia and others (369-73).
More recently Portia hit the headlines by getting engaged to a girl.
Portia May White was one of 13 children born to William Andrew White, a Baptist minister, and his wife Izie Dora.
Because sexual misbehavior was considered venial in a man, but unforgivable in a woman, the "prodigality" of Portia or Jessica has necessary limitations.
But Portia, Bassanio's wife, disguised as a lawyer, claims that Shylock must have the flesh but can take not a single drop of blood with it.
Chuck learns that Portia and Carvell are having some relationship problems in this week's episode of "Great News.
He revealed he got the news when he nipped home from work and wife Portia showed him the pregnancy test result.
Summary: New Delhi [India], August 17 (ANI): Ellen DeGeneres and Portia De Rossi are a perfect example of the phrase 'love has no gender'.