Antony and Cleopatra - Study Guide Act 3, Scene 10 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3, Scene 10 Summary

The battle at sea is lost: Cleopatra's fleet of sixty ships retreats and Antony follows her. Canidius says he will follow the example of six of Antony's allies, and surrender his forces to Caesar; Enobarbus leaves to follow Antony, who is making for the Greek islands of Peloponnesus.

Act 3, Scene 10 Analysis

This conversation reveals the weakness of Antony's alliance. Antony is restricted by his relationship with Cleopatra, and the entire plan has collapsed on the shaky foundation of their leadership.

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