Michael Neill (ed.), The Oxford Shakespeare: The Tragedy of Anthony and Cleopatra
Editor’s NoteCritical Apparatus Flourish. Enter Caesar and Agrippa, with Enobarbus, and Dolabella1
caesar Go forth, Agrippa, and begin the fight.
2Our will is Anthony be took alive—
Critical Apparatus3Make it so known.
agrippa Caesar, I shall. ExitEditor’s Note4Enter a Messenger
caesar The time of universal peace is near.
7Is come into the field.Critical Apparatus Exeunt all but Enobarbus
caesar Go charge Agrippa
Critical Apparatus8Plant those that have revolted in the van,
10Upon himself.Editor’s Note11Enter a Soldier of Caesar's
enobarbus Alexas did revolt, and went to Jewry on
Editor’s Note12Affairs of Anthony; there did dissuade
13Great Herod to incline himself to Caesar,
14And leave his master, Anthony. For this pains,
Critical Apparatus15Caesar hath hanged him. Camidius and the rest
Editor’s Note16That fell away have entertainment, but
17No honourable trust. I have done ill,
Link 18Of which I do accuse myself so sorely
Critical Apparatus19That I will joy no more.
soldier Enobarbus, Anthony
20Hath after thee sent all thy treasure, with
Link 21His bounty overplus. The messenger
Editor’s Note22Came on my guard, and at thy tent is now
23Unloading of his mules.
enobarbus I give it you.24
soldier Mock not, Enobarbus,
pg 272Editor’s Note26Out of the host—I must attend mine office,
27Or would have done't myself. Your EmperorEditor’s Note29
enobarbus I am alone the villain of the earth,
30And feel I am so most. O Anthony,
Editor’s Note31Thou mine of bounty, how wouldst thou have paid
Link 32My better service, when my turpitude
Editor’s Note34If swift thought break it not, a swifter mean
Link 35Shall outstrike thought; but thought will do't, I feel.
Link 36I fight against thee? No, I will go seek
37Some ditch wherein to die—the foul'st best fits
38My latter part of life. Exit