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Antony and Cleopatra by William Shakespeare.  What happened AFTER the Ides.

John Wilders - literary advisor to the BBC TV Shakespeare series - brings thorough scholarship and a practical understanding of performance needs to this new

Vanessa Redgrave as Cleopatra (1997, in a production she also directed)

Vanessa Redgrave as Cleopatra in a production she also directed)

Antony & Cleopatra 2015 | Shakespeare Festival St Louis

Shakespeare Festival in Forest Park kicks off tonight with Anthony and Cleopatra. Continues May 2015

Antony and Cleopatra - William Shakespeare | Mark Antony – one of the triumvirs of the Roman Republic, along with Octavius and Lepidus – has neglected his soldierly duties after being beguiled by Egypt's Queen, Cleopatra. He ignores Rome's domestic problems, including the fact that his third wife Fulvia rebelled against Octavius and then died.

Penguin by Illustrators: David Gentleman

Peter O'Toole plays the title role in a production of Shakespeare's "Macbeth" at the Old Vic in London on Sept. 1, 1980.

Peter O'Toole, 1932 - 2013

Irish actor Peter O'Toole plays the title role in a production of Shakespeare's 'Macbeth' at the Old Vic, September Photo: Chris Ball, Getty / 2005 Getty Images

Joy Delights in Joy - William Shakespeare

Discover and share Shakespeare Christmas Quotes. Explore our collection of motivational and famous quotes by authors you know and love.

St Crispin's Day speech Henry V Shakespeare. Love

St Crispin's Day speech Henry V Shakespeare. Love- and here is my absolutely favorite speech

Tolkien And Shakespeare: Essays on Shared Themes « Library User Group

Tolkien And Shakespeare: Essays on Shared Themes « Library User Group

King Henry IV Part 2, William Shakespeare

April anniversary of the coronation of Henry V. 'King Henry IV Part by Shakespeare: of course, Henry-the-Fifth-to-be appears in Shakespeare's Henry IV plays too! This and other editions available from Devon Libraries.

Act IV scene vi 200, Gentleman: A sight most pitiful in the meanest wretch,/ past speaking of in a king.

Act IV scene vi Gentleman: A sight most pitiful in the meanest wretch,/ past speaking of in a king.

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