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Antony and Cleopatra - Act 5 and act 4 scene 15 coz i messed up

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mcleishy's version from 2015-04-21 21:03

Section 1

Question Answer
(14) "Not Caesar's power hath o'erthrown Antony......But Antony hath triumphed on itself" (Antony) to Cleopatra
(57) " A Roman, by a Roman... ...Valiantly vanquished" (Antony) to Cleopatra
(66) "The odds is gone and there is nothing left remarkable......beneath the visiting moon" (Cleopatra) on Antony's death
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Section 2

Question Answer
(14) "The breaking of so greater thing......should make a greater crack" (Ceasar) on Antony's death
(30) "His taints and honours......waged equal with him" (Caesar) on Antony's death
(43) "my brother, my competitor in top of all design, my mate in empire, friend an companion in the front of war......the arm of mine own body, and the hear where mine his thoughts did kindle, that our stars, unreconcilable, should divide our equalness to this" (Caesar) on Antony's death
(74) "I was drawn into this war......how calm and gentle I proceeded still" (Caesar)
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Section 3

Question Answer
(1) "My desolation does begin to make a better life......tis paltry to be Caesar, not being fortune, but fortune's knave" (Cleopatra) on her fall has given here perspective
(29) "Pray you, tell him......I am his fortune's vassal" (Cleopatra) to Proculeieus, implying Caesar was lucky
(55) "Shall they hoist me up and show me to......the shouting valetry of censuring Rome" (Cleopatra) to Proculeieus
(81) "His legs bestrid the ocean......his reared arm crested the world" (Cleopatra) to Dollabella on Antony
(85) "But when he meant to quail and shake the orb......he was a rattling as thunder" (Cleopatra) to Dollabella on Antony
(88) "His delights......were dolphin-like" (Cleopatra) to Dollabella on Antony
(116) "My master and my lord......I must obey" (Cleopatra) kneels before Antony which perturbs him
(123) "I have laden with like frailties......which before have often shamed our sex" (Cleopatra) to Antony
(143) "That mine own servant should......parcel the sum of my disgraces by addition of envy" (Cleopatra) to Caesar
(173) "Wert thou a man......Thou wouldst have mercy upon me" (Cleopatra) to Caesar
(192) "He words me, girls......he words me" (Cleopatra), to her girls, on Caesar
(208) "Thou, an Egyptian puppet, shalt be shown in Rome as well as I......Mechanic slaves with greasy aprons, rules and hammers shall uplift the view" (Cleopatra) to her girls
(220 "Some squeaking Cleopatra boy my greatness......I' th' posture of a whore" (Cleopatra) to her girls
(277) "Give me my robe, put on my crown......I have immortal longings" (Cleopatra)
(297) "IF she first meet the curled Antony he'll make demand of her......and spend that kiss which is my heaven to have" (Cleopatra) on Iras'death
(303) "O, couldst thou speak that I might hear thee call great Caesar......Ass, unpolicied" (Cleopatra)
(308) "O Antony! Nay, I will take thee too......What should I stay" (Cleopatra)
(313) "A lass......unparalleled" (Charmian) on Cleopatra
(357) "their story is no less in pity......than his glory which brought them to be lamented" (Caesar)
(3630 "High order......in this great solemnity"
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