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Antony and Cleopatra

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'Shakespeare's play is death-haunted from the start, and its self-glorifying lovers exist in a dream of passion' Guardian

A battle-hardened soldier, Antony is one of the three leaders of the Roman world. But he is also a man in the grip of an all-consuming passion for the tempestuous and alluring queen of Egypt, Cleopatra. And when their life of pleasure together is threatened by encroaching politics, the conflict between love and duty has devastating consequences. A tragic drama of love and loss, sex and power, told in language of poetic sublimity, Antony and Cleopatra is one of Shakespeare's supreme imaginative achievements.

Used and Recommended by the National Theatre

General Editor Stanley Wells
Edited by Emrys Jones
Introduction by René Weis


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Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd

Kindle Book

  • Release date: April 7, 2005

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9780141920054
  • Release date: April 7, 2005

EPUB ebook

  • ISBN: 9780141920054
  • File size: 560 KB
  • Release date: April 7, 2005

Formats

Kindle Book
OverDrive Read
EPUB ebook

subjects

Fiction Literature

Languages

English

'Shakespeare's play is death-haunted from the start, and its self-glorifying lovers exist in a dream of passion' Guardian

A battle-hardened soldier, Antony is one of the three leaders of the Roman world. But he is also a man in the grip of an all-consuming passion for the tempestuous and alluring queen of Egypt, Cleopatra. And when their life of pleasure together is threatened by encroaching politics, the conflict between love and duty has devastating consequences. A tragic drama of love and loss, sex and power, told in language of poetic sublimity, Antony and Cleopatra is one of Shakespeare's supreme imaginative achievements.

Used and Recommended by the National Theatre

General Editor Stanley Wells
Edited by Emrys Jones
Introduction by René Weis


Expand title description text