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Act 3, Scene 10 Notes from Antony and Cleopatra

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Antony and Cleopatra Act 3, Scene 10

Canidius marches across the stage with his army, Taurus marches the other way, and then when they exit we hear the noise of a sea battle. Enobarbus enters, crying that everything has come to nothing; he has seen all sixty of Antony's ships all turn and flee. Scarus enters and tells what has happened; when it looked like the battle was even, Antony's main flagship turned and left, and Antony followed, leaving all of his honor behind. Scarus says he has never seen a more shameful action. Canidius enters, saying that Antony could have won, but instead chose to be a coward. Antony has flown to Peloponnesus. Scarus will wait there to see what is to happen next; Canidius has decided to give his army over to Caesar, as have several of the kings who had previously been fighting for Antony. Enobarbus says that, against his better judgement, he will stay with Antony.

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