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  • Let Rome in Tiber melt and the wide arch / Of the ranged empire fall. Here is my space.
  • Welcome to Rome. ... Have a Seat.
  • Thank you. ... After you.
  • A romantic tragedy written by William Shakespeare and put into storyboard form by Amie Huynh 10E2.
  • I have sixty sails, Caesar none better.
  • Triple-turned whore! 'Tis thou / Hast sold me to this novice, and my heart / Makes only wars on thee.
  • Act 1: ANTONY'S HARMATIA To Antony all that he has achieved means nothing in the face of Cleopatra's presence.
  • Act 2: ANTONY AND CAESAR'S HUBRIS The pride of these men makes both wish to not be the first to sit.
  • Approach, ho! All's not well. Caesar's beguiled.
  • Too slow a messenger.
  • Act 3: CLEOPATRA'S HUBRIS Cleopatra brags to Antony that her ships are better than Caesars', whose navy has won countless battles.
  • Act 4: ANTONY'S ANAGNORISIS (The PERIPETEIA) Cleopatra surrenders to Caesar and Antony realises all (his pride, honour and name) has been lost because of her.
  • Act 5: CATHARSIS Cleopatra and her attendants are relieved of being in Caesars' procession through means of death.
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