… for Cleopatra.
The play has entailed tales laterally halfway whereby it estimated the actual politics prevalent in those times in Rome as well as provided a passionate and amorous look to the world of Alexandria in Egypt that had Cleopatra within its hold. The most interesting and breath taking thing as concerns to the play is that it has fantastic language of poetry and melodies thus providing for a succulent semblance of Cleopatra sitting in her boat. It also portrays amatory amalgamation of images of sensuality and death, which finds their absolute pinnacle in the form of suicides of Anthony as well as Cleopatra at the end of the story.
The play has been an egregiously intangible one for both its theatre directors as well as its critics who have left no stone unturned in criticizing its theme from the very offset this story started to make its mark. It has definitely made this play as one of the most autocratic and commanding of all of Shakespeares plays, undoubtedly. [Rezensionen, 2003]
The play Anthony and Cleopatra has been beautifully dramatized by William Shakespeare and it is undoubtedly one of his best works. He has described the tale of …