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ALL FOR LOVE. (1678). John Dryden. ***. This play by Dryden (1631-1700) was subtitled, “The World Well Lost,” and was written “in imitation of Shakespeare's style.” It is written in blank verse, and ... Read full review
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Review: All for LoveUser Review - Rohit Yadav - Goodreads
tremendous love story and a struggle of a hero between honour and love. a woman who has been able to dominate wold's most powerful emperor and politician julius caesar can't resist her true love ... Read full review
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Actium Antony and Cleopatra Antony's arms Art thou bear beheld betrayed betwixt blush Caesar Caesar's camp Caesar's sister CHARMION and IRAS Cilicia conquered curse dare dear death deserve DOLABELLA dost Dryden Egypt Egyptian emperor Enter ALEXAS Enter ANTONY Enter CLEOPATRA eunuch Exeunt Exit eyes faithless false fate fear fight forgive fortune Fulvia give gods hand happy hear heart Heaven hence Hippolytus honour John Dryden joys kill kind kiss leave live look lord lost lover madam Maecenas mistress nature never noble o'er OCTAVIA peace pity plain Plain love pleased poetry poets queen Roman Rome ruin scorn SERAPION sigh slave smile soldier soul speak stay sure sweet Syria tears tell thee there's thou art thou hast thought traitor trifle triumph Twas twill unkind VENTIDIUS Virgil virtue weep wife wish witness word wouldst wretched
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