Antony And Cleopatra: Novel Summary: Act 4, Scene 6-Act 4, Scene 8

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Act 4, Scene 6: Caesar states that he wants Antony taken alive.  After Enobarbus sees him and his acts of cruelty, he starts to doubt his decision to leave Antony.  When he receives the treasure Antony has sent to him, he is sure of it and wishes to die. 

Act 4, Scene 7: Antony and his men rejoice in a victory even though Antony is wounded. 

Act 4, Scene 8: The men celebrate their victory and Antony gives speeches.  Cleopatra comes and Antony declares they should have a parade through Alexandria.

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