Study Guide

The Tragedy of Antony and Cleopatra Act IV, Scene vii

By William Shakespeare

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Act IV, Scene vii

  • On the battlefield between the camps, Agrippa (Caesar’s guy) calls his men to retreat, as they’ve overestimated their strength.
  • Antony confers with a wounded soldier, Scarus.
  • Caesar’s side is clearly beat, and Antony, calm, promises to reward his men for their high spirits, even more for their valor, and even more for being the only people to not ditch him for Caesar.

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