William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Famous Quotes & Sayings

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William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By William Shakespeare: Her passions are made of nothing but the finest part of pure love; we cannot Her passions are made of nothing but the finest part of pure love; we cannot call her winds and waters, sighs and tears; they are greater storms and tempests than almanacs can report ... — William Shakespeare
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William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By William Shakespeare: If it be love indeed, tell me how much.There's beggary in the love that can If it be love indeed, tell me how much.
There's beggary in the love that can be reckon'd.
I'll set a bourn how far to be belov'd.
Then must thou needs find out new heaven, new earth.
Antony and Cleopatra - Act 1, Scene 1 — William Shakespeare
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William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By William Shakespeare: Cleopatra: Give me to drink Mandragora.Charmian: Why, madam? Cleopatra: That I might sleep out this Cleopatra: Give me to drink Mandragora.
Charmian: Why, madam?
Cleopatra: That I might sleep out this great gap of time my Antony is away. — William Shakespeare
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William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By Diane Setterfield: Politeness. Now there's a poor man's virtue if ever there was one. What's so admirable Politeness. Now there's a poor man's virtue if ever there was one. What's so admirable about inoffensiveness, I should like to know. After all, it's easily achieved. One needs no particular talent to be polite. On the contrary, being nice is what's left when you've failed at everything else. People with ambition don't give a damn what other people think about them. — Diane Setterfield
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William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By Richelle E. Goodrich: There would be no cloud-nine days without rock-bottom moments left below. There would be no cloud-nine days without rock-bottom moments left below. — Richelle E. Goodrich
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William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By Lena Dunham: A night of carousing never passed without me stepping outside the experience to think, Yes, A night of carousing never passed without me stepping outside the experience to think, Yes, this must be what it is to be young. — Lena Dunham
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William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By Trevor Dodge: It will happen instantly, by the way, when you see the years on her and It will happen instantly, by the way, when you see the years on her and reach for her hand anyway, in a kinetic moment that preludes and rationality whatsoever. You will be afraid of how she interprets this, and you will worry, and the two of you will talk through it, and there will be more moments that defy rationality, more moments than you can imagine, moments that build an entire castle upon an entire world that precludes the very act of thinking. — Trevor Dodge
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William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By Sammi Hanratty: People get so trapped by their technology now. Real life is so much better. I People get so trapped by their technology now. Real life is so much better. I love talking with my mother and father. We really enjoy staying in and making a meal together. I'm very close with all four of my older sisters as well. — Sammi Hanratty
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William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By Tite Kubo: Live well, Ichigo. Live well, age well, go bald well, and die after me. And Live well, Ichigo. Live well, age well, go bald well, and die after me. And ... if you can, die smiling.
(Isshin Kurosaki) — Tite Kubo
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William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By William Shakespeare: It were for me To throw my sceptre at the injurious gods; To tell them It were for me
To throw my sceptre at the injurious gods;
To tell them that this world did equal theirs
Till they had stolen our jewel. — William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By Dossie Easton: GREAT SLUTS are made, not born. GREAT SLUTS are made, not born. — Dossie Easton
William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By William Shakespeare: Antony shall be brought drunken forth, and I shall see some squeaking Cleopatra boy my Antony shall be brought drunken forth, and I shall see some squeaking Cleopatra boy my greatness
I' th' posture of a whore. — William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By Ilona Andrews: You don't have the touching rights." "How do I get those?" Stop being a self-absorbed You don't have the touching rights." "How do I get those?" Stop being a self-absorbed spoiled baby. "You get those if I fall in love with you." He stopped. "In love. You're serious?" "Yes." That would shut him up. "What is this, the sixteenth century? Should I write you a sonnet next?" "Is it going to be a good sonnet? — Ilona Andrews
William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By Meredith Wild: No one had made me feel this way, and no one ever would. No one had made me feel this way, and no one ever would. — Meredith Wild
William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By William Shakespeare: The April's in her eyes: it is love's Spring,And these the showers to bring it The April's in her eyes: it is love's Spring,
And these the showers to bring it on.. — William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By Werner Erhard: Don't change beliefs. Transform the believer. Don't change beliefs. Transform the believer. — Werner Erhard
William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By William Shakespeare: How shall I abideIn this dull world, which in thy absence isNo better than a How shall I abide
In this dull world, which in thy absence is
No better than a sty? — William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By Sarah B. Pomeroy: It is no surprise that the only woman in antiquity who could be the subject It is no surprise that the only woman in antiquity who could be the subject of a full-length biography is Cleopatra. Yet, unlike Alexander, whom she rivals as the theme of romance and legend, Cleopatra is known to us through overwhelmingly hostile sources. The reward of the 'good' woman in Rome was likely to be praise in stereotyped phrases; in Athens she won oblivion. — Sarah B. Pomeroy
William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By William Shakespeare: CLEOPATRA: If it be love indeed, tell me how much. ANTONY: There's beggary in the CLEOPATRA: If it be love indeed, tell me how much. ANTONY: There's beggary in the love that can be reckoned. CLEOPATRA: I'll set a bourne how far to be belov'd. ANTONY: Then must thou needs find out new heaven, new earth. — William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By William Shakespeare: The matter of the breath of the poor weighs upon Shakespeare and his characters. Cleopatra The matter of the breath of the poor weighs upon Shakespeare and his characters. Cleopatra shudders at the thought that "mechanic slaves, With greasy aprons, rules and hammers, shall Uplift us to the view; in their thick breaths Rank of gross diet, shall we be enclouded, And forced to drink their vapor." (Antony and Cleopatra, Act 5, Sc. 2.) — William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By William Shakespeare: Cleopatra: Whoever is born on a day I forget to send a message to Antony Cleopatra: Whoever is born on a day I forget to send a message to Antony will die a beggar. Bring ink and paper, Charmian. Welcome, my good Alexas. Charmian, did I ever love Caesar as much as this?
Charmian:
Oh, that splendid Caesar!
Cleopatra:
May you choke on any other sentiments like that! Say, "That splendid Antony."
Charmian:
The courageous Caesar!
Cleopatra:
By Isis, I'll give you bloody teeth if you ever compare Caesar with Antony, my best man among men. — William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By Richard Chizmar: My neighborhood was like 'The Wonder Years.' We played until 10 o'clock at night. We My neighborhood was like 'The Wonder Years.' We played until 10 o'clock at night. We used to tell scary stories. I was the one scaring them. We used to play football by this place called the Myer's House. It was a big, spooky house with the gables; we'd hang out there and scare each other. — Richard Chizmar
William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By Jacqueline Carey: I eyed him. "Are you really Jamaican?"He returned my gaze evenly. "Why do you think I eyed him. "Are you really Jamaican?"
He returned my gaze evenly. "Why do you think I'm not, sistah?"
"I don't know," I said. "I have to admit, pretty much everything I know about Jamaica comes from watching Cool Runnings, and I'm guessing a Disney movie about Olympic bobsledders isn't the most accurate reference material. — Jacqueline Carey
William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By Ray Kroc: If you work just for money, you'll never make it, but if you love what If you work just for money, you'll never make it, but if you love what you're doing and you always put the customer first, success will be yours. — Ray Kroc
William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By William Shakespeare: Cleopatra: Oh, Charmian, Where think'st thou he is now? Stands he or sits he?Or does Cleopatra: Oh, Charmian, Where think'st thou he is now? Stands he or sits he?
Or does he walk? Or is he on his horse?
O happy horse, to bear the weight of Antony!
Do bravely, horse, for wott'st thou whom thou mov'st?
The demi-Atlas of this earth, the arm
And burgonet of men. He's speaking now,
Or murmuring "Where's my serpent of old Nile?"
For so he calls me. Now I feed myself
With most delicious poison. Think on me,
That am with Phoebus' amorous pinches black
And wrinkled deep in time. Broad-fronted Caesar,
When thou wast here above the ground, I was
A morsel for a monarch. And great Pompey
Would stand and make his eyes grow in my brow.
There would he anchor his aspect, and die
With looking on his life. — William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare Antony And Cleopatra Sayings By Jerry A. Coyne: Theology is the post hoc rationalization of what you want to believe. Theology is the post hoc rationalization of what you want to believe. — Jerry A. Coyne