Speeches (Lines) for All
in "Antony and Cleopatra"

Total: 9

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

III,11,2117

Antony. Hark! the land bids me tread no more upon't;
It is ashamed to bear me! Friends, come hither:
I am so lated in the world, that I
Have lost my way for ever: I have a ship
Laden with gold; take that, divide it; fly,
And make your peace with Caesar.

All. Fly! not we.


2

IV,2,2544

Antony. And thou art honest too.
I wish I could be made so many men,
And all of you clapp'd up together in
An Antony, that I might do you service
So good as you have done.

All. The gods forbid!


3

IV,3,2609

Second Soldier. How now, masters!

All. [Speaking together] How now!
How now! do you hear this?


4

IV,3,2615

First Soldier. Follow the noise so far as we have quarter;
Let's see how it will give off.

All. Content. 'Tis strange.


5

IV,4,2655

Captain. The morn is fair. Good morrow, general.

All. Good morrow, general.


6

IV,14,3115

First Guard. And time is at his period.

All. Alas, and woe!


7

IV,14,3153

First Guard. Woe, woe are we, sir, you may not live to wear
All your true followers out.

All. Most heavy day!


8

IV,15,3214

Cleopatra. Here's sport indeed! How heavy weighs my lord!
Our strength is all gone into heaviness,
That makes the weight: had I great Juno's power,
The strong-wing'd Mercury should fetch thee up,
And set thee by Jove's side. Yet come a little,—
Wishes were ever fools,—O, come, come, come;
[They heave MARK ANTONY aloft to CLEOPATRA]
And welcome, welcome! die where thou hast lived:
Quicken with kissing: had my lips that power,
Thus would I wear them out.

All. A heavy sight!


9

V,1,3367

Octavius. Gallus, go you along.
[Exit GALLUS]
Where's Dolabella,
To second Proculeius?

All. Dolabella!


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