Antony and Cleopatra
For this new edition, the text of the play, the notes, and the introductory matter have all been revised so as to make them clearer and more accessible. In addition, the entire text of the book has been redesigned and reset to make it easier to read. The illustrations have been completely redrawn, photographs of recent stage production have been included and there is a new, attractive cover design.
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Act 4 Scene Actium Agrippa Alexandria Alexas Antony and Cleopatra Antony's audience battle battle of Actium brave brother Caesar and Antony Caesarion Canidius characters Charmian conquering dead death Dercetus Diomedes Dolabella drink Egypt Egyptian Enobarbus Enter Antony enter Cleopatra Eros eunuch Events in history Exeunt Act Exit eyes Farewell fight follow fool fortune friends Fulvia give gods Guard hand hath hear heart honour horse i'th Iras Julius Caesar kings kiss land leave Lepidus live look lord madam Maecenas Marcus Crassus Mardian Mark Antony married Menas Messenger never night noble o'th Octavia Octavius Caesar Parthia peace play Plutarch Pompey Pompey's pray Proculeius queen Roman Rome Scarus Scene 13 Seleucus Servant Sextus Pompeius Shakespeare Soothsayer speak stage sword tell thee There's Thidias thine thou hast thought triumph triumvirs trumpets unto Ventidius whilst wife woman women words