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Mark Antony, one of the three rulers of the Roman world, has become the thrall of the fascinating Cleopatra. Affairs of state call him to Rome, but the attractions of the queen of Egypt prove impossible to resist. From one of history's greatest love stories Shakespeare builds this magnificent tragedy of the clash between love and duty.

Cleopatra is played by Estelle Kohler, Mark Antony by Ciaran Hinds, Ian Hughes is Octavious Caesar, and David Burke is Domitius Enobarbus.

Public Domain (P)2014 Blackstone Audio

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  • lavalleem
  • 10 12 2016

ArkAngel is always a wonderful interpretation

Would you consider the audio edition of Antony and Cleopatra to be better than the print version?

The actors and the production is amazing... Always an impressive.. great for personal listening and reading, a great plus fabulous support for an English/Literature classroom. I use it as a supplement to my classroom.

What did you like best about this story?

A classic take on a true piece of history.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I did listen in one sitting... It held my attention and was a pleasure.

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  • Joey Dean
  • 29 08 2017

Usual high standard production.

Was somewhat bemused by the strong regional accents, notably from Northern Ireland and Scotland used by a couple of cast members. Also found Cleopatra extremely annoying, but this series is so superb that it never deserves less than 4 stars, usually 5. Enjoyed this less than the others I have listened to but perhaps that it is because the play seems somewhat overlong and long winded at times.