In Act I, scene ii, ll. 95-97, Brabantio states: “Bring him away/ Mine’s not an idle cause. The Duke himself/Or any of my brothers of the state,/ Cannot but feel this wrong as ‘twere their...

In Act I, scene ii, ll. 95-97, Brabantio states: “Bring him away/ Mine’s not an idle cause. The Duke himself/Or any of my brothers of the state,/ Cannot but feel this wrong as ‘twere their own.”

     What is the wrong to which Brabantio refers?

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