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The Tragedy of Antony and Cleopatra

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Unfortunately the characterization of the love, Cleopatra has been association with her affinity towards the land of Egypt and the East. The realization of the fact that Cleopatra and Antony are public figures, and were aware of the fact that it was difficult to conceal from the public the desired course of relationship agreed upon by both the characters.
The Cleopatra practiced solemnity during her entourage. the Shakespeare has described the event in comprehensive manner which has given rich description of the queen’s voyage. The voyage has been resembled with the ‘clouds of perfumed air, her ship’s silver oars amorous of their strokes’ (William, 1998), the character of attendants have been referred and regarded as the ‘smiling Cupids’. The profligacy and scintillating marked the journey of the Queen, which went noticed by the Antony. the characters develop profound commitment towards upon the realization of the fact that the Queen was on the voyage. Shakespeare has interpreted the entire sequence in splendid manner, and has regarded as ‘captivation by the Venus’ (William, 1998). The Antony was mesmerised by the distinction revealed by the Queen, and the impression of cordiality offered by the Queen with reference to the rational, military, culture of Rome.
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The author has referred to the fundamentals of the expressions and essence of conveyance, and has expressed the emotions of Antony to an extent that renege all temper was observed by the character. The expressions and situations have been well-delivered and modified by Shakespeare, through hyperbolic assertion. The eloquence and long-windedness have been witnessed at several stages, in one of the case. the author has referred to the Antony’s cheery approach towards Roman through ‘Rome in Tiber melts’ i.e. extreme dramatic conveyance and approach, on one of the account the author has referred to the downfall of the Queen as, ‘Cleopatra’s fake swooning’ (William, 1998). The phrases have aided fervour to the credentials of the epic, which is a stark contrast to the abstemious performance and tolerance of the Roman generals.
The author has also attempted to express to displeasure towards certain practices, in one of the situation the Caesar has termed graver business as an alternate towards the Pompey’s barge, and has expressed his abhorrence towards drink, only because its consumption is responsible for the dilution of the self-perseverance. Unfortunately the Antony was not qualified enough to realise the significance of such cautious and vigilant practice. At one of stage created by the author, the Philo lamented dotage, and believed that the general is enjoying as if he is having his second childhood. Antony reacted to the allegations, and responded to those by calling the Philo as strumpet fool, and supported his arguments through justification, and highlighted that Cleopatra has embraced his love, and respected his passion and desire.
The author has recommended the process of dissolution, and has expressed the ‘sense of liquefying, deliquescence, and losing shape’ on several accounts. The political and military station has been discussed by the author, and has referred to the Antony when he revealed his fear with reference to the incorporated amendments in the authority which has been in his siege, the expression revealed the potential of the instability