Act 4, Scene 8 Notes from Antony and Cleopatra

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Antony and Cleopatra Act 4, Scene 8

Antony enters, addressing the soldiers. He tells one to go tell Cleopatra of what has happened, and tells the rest to go celebrate with their loved ones. Tomorrow before the sunrise they will finish the battle.

Cleopatra enters, and she and Antony feverishly greet each other and embrace. He tells her that although Caesar has the advantage of age, he was nonetheless able to defeat him. He asks Cleopatra to let Scarus kiss her hand, as he has been most valiant in the war. Tomorrow they will beat Caesar once and for all; he wishes the Palace were big enough to hold the whole army so they could all celebrate, but commands the trumpeters to play and everyone to rejoice.

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