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By William Shakespeare

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Strong sirs, take middle, We’ll bury him, after which, what’s brave98, what’s noble, Let’s do’t after the excessive Roman style And make demise proud to take us. Come, away. this situation of that massive spirit now could be chilly. Ah, girls, girls! Come, we haven't any good friend yet answer and the briefest end103. Exeunt, bearing of Antony’s physique [Act five Scene 1] working scene 29 position: Caesar’s camp outdoor Alexandria * * * input Caesar, Agrippa, Dolabella, Maecenas, [Gallus, Proculeius], together with his Council of warfare CAESAR visit him, Dolabella, bid him yield. Being so frustrate2, inform him he mocks The pauses3 that he makes. DOLABELLA Caesar, I shall. [Exit] input Dercetus with the sword of Antony CAESAR Wherefore is that? And what paintings thou that dar’st seem thus6 to us? DERCETUS i'm referred to as Dercetus: Mark Antony I served, who most sensible used to be priceless top to be served: when he stood up and spoke He was once my grasp, and that i wore my lifestyles To spend upon his haters10. If thou please To take me to thee, as i used to be to him I’ll be to Caesar: if thou pleasest now not, I yield thee up my lifestyles. CAESAR What is’t thou say’st? DERCETUS I say — O Caesar — Antony is lifeless. CAESAR The breaking17 of so nice something should still make a better crack18. The around international must have shook lions into civil19 streets And electorate to their dens20. The demise of Antony isn't a unmarried doom21: within the identify lay A moiety22 of the area. DERCETUS he's lifeless, Caesar, now not via a public minister of justice, Nor by means of a hirèd knife, yet that self25 hand Which writ his honour within the acts it did Hath, with the braveness which the center did lend it, Splitted the guts. this can be his sword: I robbed his wound of it. Behold it stained together with his so much noble blood. exhibits sword CAESAR glance you, unhappy buddies. issues to the sword The gods rebuke me, however it is tidings to clean the eyes of kings. AGRIPPA and weird it truly is That nature needs to compel us to lament Our so much persisted36 deeds. MAECENAS His taints and honours waged equivalent with37 him. AGRIPPA A rarer spirit by no means Did steer humanity39: yet you gods will supply us a few faults to make us males. Caesar is touched. MAECENAS while this sort of spacious mirror’s set earlier than him, He wishes needs to see himself. CAESAR O Antony, i've got thee to this, yet we do launch44 ailments in bodies. i need to perforce Have shown46 to thee this kind of declining day Or glance on thine: shall we no longer stall47 jointly within the entire global. yet but enable me lament, With tears as sovereign because the blood of hearts49 That thou my brother, my competitor50 In most sensible of all design51, my mate in empire, good friend and better half within the front52 of struggle, The arm of mine personal physique, and the center the place mine his ideas did kindle53, that our stars, Unreconciliable54, should still divide Our equalness to this55. —Hear me, stable acquaintances — yet i'll inform you at a few meeter season57: The enterprise of this guy seems to be out of him58: We’ll listen him what he says. — input an Egyptian Whence are you? EGYPTIAN A terrible Egyptian yet60, the queen my mistress, limited in all she has, her monument, Of thy intents62 wants guideline, That she preparedly may possibly body herself63 To th’way she’s pressured to.

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