Antony and Cleopatra - Key Quotes

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How does Antony show he doesn't care about Rome anymore?
'Let Rome in Tiber melt, and the wide arch of the ranged empire fall! Here is my space'
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How does Cleopatra complain about Antony's changeability?
'I am quickly ill and well, so Antony loves'
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According to Caesar, how is Antony compared to Cleopatra?
'[Antony] is not more manlike than Cleopatra'
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How does Cleopatra show her manipulation of Antony?
'If you find him sad, say I am dancing. If in mirth, report that I am sudden sick'
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What does Cleopatra call herself and her role as lover to many of the great leaders?
'a morsel for a monarch'
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How does Philo describe Antony and Cleopatra's effect on him?
'The triple pillar of the world transformed into a strumpet's fool'
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'Our graver business...'
'...frowns at this levity' (Caesar)
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Enobarbus' wise words about the pact between Caesar and Antony?
'the band that seems to tie their friendship together will be the very stangler of their amity'
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A rare moment of doubt for Cleopatra?
'Then Antony - but now...'
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What does Enobarbus think of himself?
'I alone am the villain of the earth'
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Antony's loss of identity?
'my very hairs do mutiny' 'here I am Antony, yet cannot hold this visible shape' (Antony) 'sometimes when he is not Antony' (Philo)
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Antony's dying words?
'A Roman by a Roman valiantly vanquished'
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The beginning of Enobarbus' famous 'barge' speech?
'The barge she sat in, like a burnished throne, burned on the water...'
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Cleopatra's reason for not coming down and kissing Antony?
'I dare not, lest I be taken'
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Octavia's importance to Caesar?
'you take from me a great part of myself'
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Antony's dependence on Cleopatra?
'Whither hast thou led me, Egypt?' 'Egypt...my heart was to thy rudder tied'
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What words did Shakespeare invent that show Antony's loss of identity?
'dislimns' 'discandy' 'disponge'
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Cleopatra and Enobarbus' last words
'O, Antony!'
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Pompey praises Enobarbus how?
'I have seen thee fight, when I have envied thy bbehavious'
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Rome's effect on Antony?
'on the sudden a Roman thought hath struck him' (Cleopatra'
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According to Antony, where does his 'pleasure' lie?
'I'th'East my pleasure lies'
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What does Canidius say Antony's army are?
'we are women's men'
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Cleopatra's betrayal of Antony to Thidius?
'He is a god, and knows what is most right' (re Caesar)
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What does Antony call Cleopatra after she betrays him?
'Triple-turned whore!'
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How does Antony show his underlying nerves?
'Ah, let be, let be! Thou art the armourer of my heart. False, false; this, this'
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'Antony shall be brought drunken forth...
...and I shall see some squeaking Cleopatra boy my greatness i'th'posture of a whore'
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What does Cleopatra describe death as?
'I will be a bridegroom in my death, and run into 't as to a lover's bed'
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Cleopatra's famous line of her final speech?
'I have immortal longings in me'
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Final lines of the play (Caesar)?
'No grave upon the earth will clip in it a pair so famous'
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Charmian's description of Cleopatra?
'A lass unparalleled'
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