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Antony and Cleopatra (Act 1)

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mcleishy's version from 2015-04-14 16:54

Section 1

Question Answer
(1,1) "Nay, but this dotage of our general's......O'erflows the measure" (Philo)
(1,2) "His goodly eyes That o'er the flies and musters of war......Have glowed like plated Mars" (Philo)
(1,4) "now the office and devotion of their view......Upon a tawny front" (Philo)
(1,6) "His captains heart which in the scuffles of great fights hath burst the buckles on his breast......reneges all temper" (Philo)
(1,8) "become the bellows and the fan......To cool a gipsy's lust" (Philo)
(1,13) "Take but good note, and you shall see in him......The triple pillar of the world transformed into a strumpet's fool" (Philo)
(1,14) "If it be love indeed......tell me how much" (Cleopatra)
(1,15) "There's beggary in the love......that can be reckoned" (Antony)
(1,16) "I'll set a bourn......how far to be beloved" (Antony)
(1.17) "Then must thou needs find out......new heaven, new earth" (Antony)
(1,18) "Grates me......The Sum" (Antony)
(1,19) "Nay, hear them...... Antony" (Cleopatra)
(1,20) "Fulvia perchance......is angry" (Cleopatra)
(1,21) "If the scarce-bearded Caesar... ...have not sent his powerful mandate to you" (Cleopatra)
(1,30) "Thou blushest, Antony, and that blood of thine......Is Caesar's homager" (Cleopatra)
(1,31) "thy cheek pays shame......When shrill tongued Fulvia scolds" (Cleopatra)
(1,33) "Let Rome in Tiber melt......and the wide arch of the ranged empire fall" (Antony)
(1,34) "Here is my space. Kingdoms are clay......our dungy earth alike feeds beast as man" (Antony)
(1,37) "The nobleness of life......Is to do thus" (Antony)
(1,39) "We stand up......peerless" (Antony)
(1,40) "Excellent falsehood......Why did he marry Fulvia, and not love her" (Cleopatra)
(1,42) "I'll seem the fool I am not...... Antony will be himself" (Antony)
(1,45) "Let's not confound this time with conference harsh. There's not a minute of our lives......should stretch without some pleasure now" (Antony)
(1,48) "Fie, wrangling queen......Whom everything becomes" (Antony)
(1,57) "He comes too short of that great property......Which should still go with Antony" (Philo)
(1,60) "That he approves the common liar......who thus speaks of him in Rome" (Demetrius)
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Section 2

Question Answer
(2,1) "Lord Alexas, sweet Alexas......most any thing Alexas, almost most absolute Alexas" (Charmian)
(2,3) "O that I knew this husband, which, you say......must charge his horns with Garlands" (Charmian)
(2,21) "You shall be more beloving... ...than beloved" (Soothsayer)
(2,22) "I had rather......heat my liver with drinking" (Charmian)
(2,24) "Let me be married to......three kings in a forenoon, and widow them all" (Charmian)
(2,25) "Let me have a child at fifty, to whom Herod......if Jewry may do homage" (Charmian)
(2,29) "You shall outlive the lady.....whom you serve" (Soothsayer)
(2,30) "O excellent! I love......long life better than figs" (Charmian)
(2,31) "You have seen a proved a fairer fortune......Than that which is to approach" (Soothsayer)
(2,35) "If every one of your wishes had a womb......And fertile every wish, a million" (Charmian)
(2,38) "Out, fool......I forgive thee for a witch" (Charmian)
(2,43) "There's a palm presages chastity......if nothing else" (Alexas)
(2,45) "E'en as the o'erflowing Nile... ...presageth famine" (Charmian)
(2,49) "you fortunes......are alike" (Soothsayer)
(2,74) "on the sudden A Roman thought......hath struck him" (Cleopatra)
(2,79) "We will not look upon him......Go with us" (Cleopatra)
(2, 86) "The nature of bad news......infects the teller" (Cleopatra)
(2,88) "Tis thus, who tells me true......though in his tale lie death, I hear him flattered" (Antony)
(2,97) "mince not the general tongue......Name Cleopatra as she is called in Rome" (Antony)
(2,101) "O then we bring forth weeds when our quick winds lie still......and our ills told us is as our earing" (Antony)
(2,108) "These strong Egyptian fetters I must break......Or lose myself in dotage" (Antony)
(2,109) "Fulvia thy wife......is dead" (Messenger)
(2, 113) "Thus did I desire it. What our contempts doth often hurl from us......We wish it ours again" (Antony)
(2, 115 "The present pleasure, by revolution lowering, does become the opposite of itself......she's good, being gone; Then could pluck her back that shoved her on" (Antony)
(2, 119) "I must from this enchanting queen break off......Ten thousand harms, more than the ills I know, my idleness doth hatch" (Antony)
(2,124) "Why then we kill all our women. We see how mortal an unkindness is to them......if they suffer our departure, death's the word" (Enobarbus)
(2, 132) "I have seen her die twenty times......upon far poorer moment" (Enobarbus)
(2, 133) "I do think there is mettle in death, which commits some loving act upon her......she hath a celerity in dying" (Enobarbus)
(2, 136) "Her passions are made of nothing......but the fines part of pure love" (Enobarbus)
(2, 139) "This cannot be cunning in her; if it be......she makes a shower of rain as well as Jove" (Enobarbus)
(2, 150) "Why, sir, give the gods......a thankful sacrifice" (Enobarbus)
(2,155) "This grief...... is crowned with consolation" (Enobarbus)
(2, 159) "The business she hath broached in the state......Cannot endure my absence" (Antony)
(2, 161) "And the business you have broached her cannot be broached without you; especially that of Cleopatra's......which wholly depends upon your abode" (Enobarbus)
(2, 179) "whose quality, going on......The sides o' th' world may danger" (Antony)
(2,182) "Which, like the courser's hair, hath yet the but life......And not a serpent's poison" (Antony)
2, 183) " To such whose places under us require......Our quick remove from hence" (Antony)
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Section 3

Question Answer
(3,3) "If you find him sad, say I am dancing......if in mirth report that I am sudden sick" (Cleopatra)
(3,6) "Madam, methinks if you did love him dearly......You do not hold the method to enforce the like from him" (Charmian)
(3.9) "In each thing give him way... ...cross him in nothing" (Charmian)
(3,10) "Thou teachest like a fool......the way to lose him" (Cleopatra)
(3,13) "I am sick......and sullen" (Cleopatra)
(3,15) "I shall fall. It cannot be thus long......the sides of nature will not sustain it" (Cleopatra)
(3,17) "Pray you stand......farther from me" (Cleopatra)
(3,20) "What, says the married woman......you may go" (Cleopatra)
(3,24) "O, never was there queen......so mightily betrayed" (Cleopatra)
(3,38) "the greatest soldier of the world......Art turned the greatest liar" (Cleopatra)
(3,40) "I would I had thy inches......thou shouldst know there were a heart in Egypt" (Cleopatra)
(3,42) "The strong necessity of time commands our services awhile... ...but my full heart remains with you" (Antony)
(3,57) "Though age from folly could not give freedom......it does from childishness" (Cleopatra)
(3,63) "O most false love......Where be the sacred vials thou shoudst fill" (Cleopatra)
(3,64) "Now I see, I see in Fulvia's death... ...how mine recieved shall be" (Cleopatra)
(3,73) "Cut my lace......Charmian" (Cleopatra)
(3,74) "My precious queen, forbear, and give true evidence to his love......which stands an honourable trial" (Antony)
(3,78) "play one scene......of excellent dissembling" (Cleopatra)
(3,80) "You'll heat my blood......No more" (Antony)
(3,82) "Now, by my......sword" (Antony)
(3,84) "How this Herculean Roman......does become the carriage of his chafe" (Cleopatra)
(3,85) "I'll leave you......lady" (Antony)
(3,86) "Courteous lord......one word" (Cleopatra)
(3,90) "O, my oblivon......is a very Antony" (Cleopatra)
(3,105) "And I, hence fleeting......here remain with thee" (Antony)
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Section 4

Question Answer
(4,2) "It is not Caesar's natural vice......to hate our great competitor" (Caesar)
(4,4) "he fishes, drinks, and wastes......The lamps of night in revel" (Caesar)
(4,5) "is not more manlike than Cleopatra, nor the queen of Ptoelmy... ...More womanly than he" (Caesar)
(4,9) "A man who is the abstract of all faults.......That all men follow" (Caesar)
(4,10) "I must not think there are......Evils enow to darken all his goodness" (Lepidus)
(4,12) "His faults, in him, seem as the spots of Heaven......More fiery by the night's blackness" (Lepidus)
(4,16) "You are too......indulgent" (Caesar)
(4,18) "To give a kingdom......for a mirth" (Caesar)
(4,44) "This common body, like a vagabond flag upon the stream......Goes to and back, lackeying the varying tide, To rot itself with motion" (Caesar)
(4,61) "Thou didst drink the stale of horses and the gilded puddle......Which beasts would cough at" (Caesar)
(4,67) "On the Alps it is reported that didst eat strange flesh......Which some did die to look on" (Caesar)
(4,69) "(It wounds thine honour......that I speak in now)" (Caesar)
(4,70) "Was borne so like a soldier......that thy cheek so much as lanked not" (Caesar)
(4,81) "Farewell......my lord" (Lepidus)
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Section 5

Question Answer
(5,3) "Give me to drink......mandragora" (Cleopatra)
(5,5) "That I might sleep out this great gap of time......My Antony is away" (Cleopatra)
(5,22) "O happy horse......to bear the weight of Antony" (Cleopatra)
(5,23) "The demi-atlas of the earth......the arm and burgonet of men" (Cleopatra)
(5,24) "He's speaking now, or murmuring......'Where's my serpent of old Nile' " (Cleopatra)
(5,26) "Now I feed myself......with most delicious poison" (Cleopatra)
(5,38) "How goes it with......my brave Mark Anthony" (Cleopatra)
(5,40) "He kissed - the last of many doubled kisses...... - this orient pearl" (Alexas)
(5,53) "O well-divided......disposition" (Cleopatra)
(5,55) ""He was not sad, for he would......shine on those that make their looks by his" (Cleopatra)
(5,57) "He was not merry, which seemed to tell them him remembrance......lay in Egypt with his joy"
(5,59) "but between both......O heavenly mingle"
(5,67) "O that brave......Caesar" (Charmian)
(5,69) "The valiant......Caesar" (Charmian)
(5,70) "By Isis, I will give thee bloody teeth......If thou with Caesar paragon (Cleopatra)
(5,73) "My salad days... ...When I was green in judgement, cold in blood" (Cleopatra)
(5,78) "He shall have every day a several greeting......Or i'll unpeople Egypt" (Cleopatra)
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