Critical comments on Octavius Caesar from Anthony
MILLER - 'Clean shaven, bland colour and structured clothing'
PRUDENTIA JOURNAL - 'Obsessed with power and political lousiness'
PLUTARCH - 'Predestined that the government of the world shall fall into his hands'
ROBIN LEE - 'Responsible for the humilation of his sister and the destruction of his integrity'
Critical comments on Cleopatra from Anthony and Cl
JAMERON - 'She is a glorious riddle, who constantly mocks and eludes us'
'The very foil to Octavia'
L.T. FITZ - 'Many males critics feel personally threatened by Cleopatra'
MARY BETH ROSE - 'A venus of sexual temptation'
S.K. OBER - 'A leader with rank and power'
BRADLEY - 'Cleopatra runis a great man but shows no sense of tradgedy in his ruin'
JACKSON - 'Such incredible energy and appetite for life'
PLUTARCH - 'Contact of her prescene was irresistable, the charm of her conversation was bewitching'
Critical comments on Anthony in Anthony and Cleopa
BRADLEY - 'By women he is not only attracted but governed'
SCHLEGEL - 'Open and lavish character of Anthony is admirably contrasted with the heartless littleness of Caesar'
TENNENHOUSE - 'Strips Anthony of his Military Judgement'
CLIFF - 'His inner struggle to find balance between two bonds and two sects of values'
HUDSON - 'Reflection on his own enthrallment by Cleopatra, mark the residue of a noble man'
PLUTARCH - 'Colourful narrative and vivid characterisation'
HODGSON - 'A hero who is not man of the noblest type' (Lago in Othello - Januo faced)
Critical Comments on Enobarbus from Anthony and Cl
CLIFF - 'The function of the commentator'
- 'Able to comment freely even when he feels critically on Anthony'
PAYNE - 'Cynic and misogynistic'
MUIDEU - 'Mordant'
- 'He will ridicle Mark Anthony's enslavement to Cleopatra'
O'CONNOR - 'Noblest character in the play'
- 'Organs and mouthpiece of the authors judgement'