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Antony and Cleopatra - Act 4

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Section 1

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(1) "He calls me boy......and chides as he had power to beat me out of Egypt" (Caesar) on Antony's request for personal combat
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Section 2

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(18) "I might do you service......as good as you have done" (Antony) gives a speech which makes his followers weep
(35) "And I, an ass......am onion-eyed" (Enobarbus) on Antony's speech
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Section 3

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Antony's soldiers outside Alexandria hear music which they interpret as ominous sign of upcoming defeat
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Section 4

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(6) "Thou are the armourer......of my heart" (Antony) to Cleopatra as she prepares him for battle
(36) "The he and Caesar might determine this war in single fight......Then Antony - but now - well, on" (Cleopatra) believes Antony would've beat Caesar in single fight, but has doubts about the battle
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Section 5

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(16) "O, my fortunes have......corrupted honest men" (Antony) on the defection of Enobarbus
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Section 6

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(9) "Place those that have revolted in the vant......That Antony may seem to spend his fury upon himself" (Caesar)'s orders for battle
(36) "I will go seek some ditch wherein to die......the foul'st best fits the latter part of life" (Enobarbus)
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Section 7

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Antony defeats Caesar in battle
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Section 8

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Antony and Cleopatra celebrate after victory
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Section 9

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(23) "A master-leaver and a fugitive... ...O Antony! O Antony!" (Enobarbus) and his final words
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Section 10

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(1) "Their preparation today is by sea......we please them not by land" (Antony) on his preparations for battle
(4) "I would they'ld fight I' th' fire or I' th' air......We'ld fight there to" (Antony) on the battle
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Section 11

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(4) "To the vales and......hold our best advantage" (Caesar) on his battle-plans
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Section 12

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(10) "This foul Egyptian......hath betrayed me" (Antony) on Cleopatra retreating again
(13) "Triple-turned......whore" (Antony)
(24) "O this false......soul of Egypt" (Antony)
(33) "Vanish, or I shall give thee deserving......And blemish Caesar's triumph" (Antony) threatens to kill Cleopatra
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Section 13

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(1) "O he's more mad... ...than Telamon for his shield" (Cleopatra) on Antony to her girls
(5) "The soul and body rive not more in parting......Than greatness going off" (Charmian) tells Cleopatra that nothing is more painful than a man losing his greatness, and she should hide in the monument
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Section 14

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(18) "she, Eros, has packed cards with Caesar......and false-played my glory upon an enemy's triumph" (Antony) to Eros on how he thinks Cleopatra has colluded with Caesar
(23) "O, thy vile lady......she has robbed me of my sword" (Antony) on Cleopatra to Eros
(45) "So it must be, for now......All length is torture" (Antony) to Eros on Cleopatra's death
(56) "I have lived in such dishonour that the gods......Detest my baseness" (Antony) to Eros
(96) "Thrice-nobler......than myself" (Antony) on Eros
(102) "Thy master dies......thy scholar" (Antony) on Eros
(135) "Bid that welcome which comes to punish us.......and we punish it" (Antony); if you welcome those who seek to punish you, you punish it.
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