Antony and Cleopatra quotes

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From this enchanting queen I must break
Antony about Cleopatra
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These strong Egyptian fetters I must break
Antony about Cleopatra
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The triple pillar of Rome transformed into a strumpet's fool
Philo about Antony
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Tawny Front
Philo about Cleopatra
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O, my fortunes have corrupted an honest man
Antony about himself and Enobarbus
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I'th'East where my pleasure lies
Antony about Cleopatra
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He soldiership is twice the other twain
Pompey about Antony
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The demi-atlas of the world
Cleo about Antony
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he fills vacancy with his voluptuousness
Caesar about Antony
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Noble, courageous, high, unmatchable, where Caesar is not
Soothsayer about Antony
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I am Antony yet
Antony about himself
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He will to his Egyptian dish again
Enobarbus about Antony
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He dishes, fished and wastes
Caesar about Antony
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I never saw such an action of shame
Scarus about Antony
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you have broken the article of your oath
Caesar about Antony
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If I lose my honour I lose my self
Antony about himself
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Given his empire up to a whore
Caesar about Antony
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You therein throw away the absolute soldiership you have by land
Enobarbus about Antony
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Our leader's led, and we are women's men
Canidius about Antony
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Like a doting mallard
Scarus about Antony
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Caesar and Antony have won more in office than in person
minor character about Caesar and Antony
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The beds i'th' East are soft
Antony about Cleopatra
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his goodly eyes have glowed like plated mars
Philo about Antony
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I am Antony yet I cannot hold this visible shape
Antony about himself
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This foul Egyptian hath betrayed me!
Antony about Cleopatra
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My competitor in top of all design
Caesar about Antony
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Our lamp is spent
Cleopatra when Antony is dead
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