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Antony and Cleopatra - Act 3

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Section 1

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(4) "Better to leave undone, than by our deed......acquire to high a fame when him we serve's away" (Ventidius) to Silius
(31) "That magical......word of war" (Ventidius) to Silius on Antony
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Section 2

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(15) "But he loves Caesar best......yet he loves Antony" (Enobarbus) and Agrippa mocking Lepidus
(39) " Farewell my dearest sister, fare thee well......The elements be kind to thee and make thy spirits all of comfort" (Caesar) to Fulvia as she departs
(57) "That year, indeed......he was troubled with a rheum" (Enobarbus) to Agrippa, on how Antony has never cried sincerely
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Section 3

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(20) "She shows a body rather than a life......A statue rather than a breather" (Messenger) to Cleopatra, on Fulvia
(35) "I will employ thee back again......I find thee most fit for business" (Cleopatra) to Messenger who was rude about Fulvia
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Section 4

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(13) " A more unhappy lady......ne'er stood between, praying for both parts" (Fulvia) on Antony's split with Caesar
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Section 5

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A scene were Eros and Enobarbus have been talking, and we discover that Pompey has been killed by one of Antony's followers, while Pompey has been captured and imprisoned by Caesar
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Section 6

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(43) "The wife of Antony should have an army for an usher......and the neighs of her horse to tell of her approach long ere she did appear" (Caesar) to Octavia, on how she had been mistreated by Antony
(54) "These strong......necessities" (Caesar) to Octavia, on the nature of events
(99) "My dear'st......sister" (Caesar) to Octavia
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Section 7

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(10) "Your presence needs......must puzzle Antony" (Enobarbus) to Cleopatra
(18) "And as the president of my kingdom......will appear there for a man" (Cleopatra) to Enobarbus, on her intention to fight(
(61) "O noble emperor......do not fight by sea" (Soldier) to Antony
(75) "While he was yet in Rome, his power went out......in such distractions as beguiled all spies" (Soldier)'s discussing how Caesar has confused Antony
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Section 8

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(3) "Strike not by land, keep whole......provoke not battle till we have done at sea" (Caesar) on his battle plans
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Section 9

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Antony announces his intentions to fight at sea.
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Section 10

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(16) "Mine eyes did sicken at the sight......and could not endure such a view" (Enobarbus) on Cleopatra fleeing from battle
(34) "I'll yet follow the wounded chance of Antony......though my reason sits in the wind against me" (Enobarbus) after Antony followed Cleopatra in leaving from battle
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Section 11

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(1) "Hark, the land bids me tread no more upon't......it is ashamed to bear me" (Antony) after losing in battle
(21) "I will posses you of......that ship and treasure" (Antony) after losing in battle
(57) "My heart was to thy rudder......tied by th' strings" (Antony) to Cleopatra
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Section 12

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(19) "For Antony, I have no ears for his request. The queen of audience nor desire shall fail......so she from Egypt drive her all-disgrace friend or take his life there" (Caesar) denies Antony's request to become a citizen in Rome, but is willing to accept Cleopatra's for her children, in order to drive a wedge between them
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Section 13

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(21) "I dare him therefore to lay his gay comparisons apart......And answer me declined, sword against sword" (Antony) challenge to Caesar
(43) "The loyalty well held to fools...... does make mere folly" (Enobarbus), in an aside, on his feelings to Antony
(63) "Thou art so leaky......that we must leave thee to sinking" (Enobarbus), in an aside, on Antony
(89) "Now, gods and devils......Authority melts from me" (Antony) after seeing Cleopatra with Thidias
(127) "the horned......herd" (Antony) includes himself amongst the men Cleopatra had cuckolded
(162) "The next Caeserion smite......Till by degrees the memory of my whom" (Cleopatra) tries to appease Antony by suggesting she would kill her children for him
(194) "Now he'll out-stare the lightning......to be furious is to be frighted out of fear" (Enobarbus) seeks to leave Antony because he can achieve the impossible and has gone made with fury
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