The Masks of Anthony and Cleopatra

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Acknowledgments

Many people have contributed to the making of this book and I would like to thank them all on Marvin’s behalf.

I have listed below all those whose names I have been able to find among Marvin’s papers. But I feel sure there should be more.

Marvin was in communication with “friends”—scholars, actors, critics, directors, students—all over the world, and I know how much he appreciated the help they so willingly gave him. Fellow scholars worldwide offered encouragement through their letters, and gave freely of their ideas. Directors and actors, in conversation or correspondence, answered his questions and discussed their interpretations. Theatre managers sent programs and cast lists from their archives. Librarians in the major libraries of Europe, England, and America helped assemble a mass of research material from newspaper reviews and scholarly and theatrical journals. Several directors were generous enough to send him, at his request, videocassettes of their productions.

Selected students in his classes went on to form a research team, and worked on the compilation and arrangement of all this material. Here I have some of their names from Marvin’s teaching files: Matthew Axtell, Meredith Black, Ann Bliss, Susan Brennan, Zachary Cannon, Kendra Carter, Euri Dahn, Toby Devers, John Dravinski, Hope Kaspar, Kabrina Kau, Julia Kim, Paige Momsen, Lane Rettig, Maya Roth, Chisato Uno, Ilya Yuchtman—and Emalie, whose surname seems to have been mislaid! Thanks to you all. If anyone is left out, my apologies. Your contribution was—is—none the less appreciated.

Others, whose names appear in Marvin’s files, shared his great adventure, reaching out from Universities, theatres, and libraries at home and overseas: Yoshio Arai, Eric Alexander, Fran Barasch, Dennis Bartholomeusz, John Barton, William Beckwith, Ralph Berry, Ingeborg Boltz, Joel Buckle, Guy Butler, Astrid Carstensen, Vikram Chopra, Charles Davis, Alan Dessen, Jean Frederick du Verger, Constantine Dzhabarov, Michael Flachmann, Ann Friden, Mark Griffith, Russell Jackson, Mel Jennings, Peter Hall, James Harner, Michael J. Hobson, Barbara Hodgdon, Olga Krotkova, Cynthia Lewis, Maria Linde, Nini Lochmans, James Lusardi, Fernando Mastropasqua, Kay McDonnell, Daniel Meyer-Dinkgrafe, Daniele Modzeleieska, Carol Morley, Margo Munkelt, Merri Neidorf, Kristen Olson, Buzz Podewell, Mirka Potuckova, Roger and Marian Pringle, Niki Rathbone, Lin Shen, Ada Sapolyol

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Table of contents

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  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 7
  • Preface 9
  • Acknowledgments 17
  • Introduction 21
  • Act One 39
  • Act I, Scene I 41
  • Anthony 70
  • Cleopatra 80
  • Act I, Scene II 86
  • Act I, Scene III 104
  • Octavius 118
  • Act I, Scene IV 123
  • Act I, Scene V 133
  • Act Two 143
  • Act II, Scene I 145
  • Act II, Scene II 151
  • Act 2, Scene III 174
  • Act II, Scene IV 180
  • Act II, Scene V 181
  • Act 2, Scene VI 197
  • Act II, Scene VII 207
  • Act Three 225
  • Act III, Scene I 227
  • Act III, Scene II 231
  • Act III, Scene III 239
  • Act III, Scene IV 246
  • Act III, Scene V 251
  • Act III, Scene VI 254
  • Act III, Scene VII 262
  • Act III, Scenes VIII, IX, and X 272
  • Act III, Scene XI 278
  • Act III, Scene XII 288
  • Act III, Scene XIII 293
  • Act Four 315
  • Act IV, Scene I 317
  • Act IV, Scene II 320
  • Act IV, Scene III 326
  • Act IV, Scene IV 329
  • Act IV, Scene V 335
  • Act IV, Scene VI 337
  • Act IV, Scene VII 341
  • Act IV, Scene VIII 344
  • Act IV, Scene IX 349
  • Act IV, Scenes X, XI, XII, and XIII 352
  • Act IV, Scene XIV 362
  • Act IV, Scene XV 379
  • Act Five 393
  • Act V, Scene I 395
  • Act V, Scene II 403
  • Is Anthony and Cleopatra a Tragedy? 473
  • Epilogue 480
  • A Note on the Historical Cleopatra 69 Bc–30 BC 482
  • Critical and Theatrical Bibliographies 489
  • Critical Bibliography 491
  • Theatrical Bibliography 532
  • Index 597
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