Act 3, Scene 5 Notes from Antony and Cleopatra

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Antony and Cleopatra Act 3, Scene 5

Enobarbus meets Eros, another one of Antony's followers, in Athens. Eros brings news; Caesar and Lepidus have fought against Pompey and defeated him, and instead of letting Lepidus share in the glory of the victory, Caesar has accused him of treachery, finding letters he had written to Pompey, and locked him in prison for the rest of his life. Pompey, after the defeat, has been murdered, and Antony is cursing the officer who did it because Pompey could have been a good ally in the fight against Caesar. Eros says there is more he would like to tell, but Antony calls for Enobarbus, and he must go see him. They exit.

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