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Act 4, Scene 9 Notes from Antony and Cleopatra

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Antony and Cleopatra Act 4, Scene 9

A sentry and a first watchman say that this has been an awful day for them, and that the battle is set to begin early tomorrow morning. Enobarbus enters and they listen to him; he talks to himself without knowing of their presence. He calls to the moon to poison him and let him die, and asks for Antony to forgive him just as the whole world remembers him as a fugitive. Calling to Antony, he dies.

Topic Tracking: Loyalty 11

The sentry and first watch approach his body, wondering if he is just asleep, and try to speak to him. When they get no response, they decide to carry him off, thinking that he might awaken, even though he seems like he is dead.

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