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What does A&C stand for?

A&C stands for Antony and Cleopatra

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[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Historical background Shakespeare immortalised in Antony and Cleopatra the second great love of the Egyptian's queen's life, Mark Antony.
Rather than refute the charge that theater is "a nurseris of idelnesse," (2) Cleopatra's variable palate of "Enterludes & Plaies" seems set on further stoking such heated discourse, as Antony and Cleopatra not only prove their culpability as idlers, they do so ardently.