| Quote #4
Antony will admit his wrongs where he’s performed them, but he’s careful to say that his repentance of those actions doesn’t diminish his power. Antony claims that his ability to be honest and admit his flaws is actually a source of his greatness.
| Quote #5
Cleopatra admits that she’s wronged Julius Caesar by praising Antony, and she now pays her dues for this. She is reminded of her ills against former lovers, but repents only after she is punished for them.
| Quote #6
Antony feels real compassion for Enobarbus. Rather than curse him for the betrayal, Antony berates himself, feeling guilty that his bad fortune has made honest men do what they otherwise would not.