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TOPIC: Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt

Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt 9 years 2 months ago #6739

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Cleopatra is the Queen of Egypt. Notoriously one of the most difficult characters to play in all of Shakespeare.

Cleopatra is the Queen of Egypt. Notoriously one of the most difficult characters to play in all of Shakespeare, she is deeply erotic, charismatic, theatrical, volatile, temperamental, and generally unclassifiable.

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Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt 3 years 5 months ago #6740

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Regarding the theme of power, how does she differ from the others as a women?
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Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt 3 years 5 months ago #6750

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Do you mean, how does she differ from the other women of Shakespeare or those with power in A&C?
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Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt 1 year 9 months ago #7015

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I think he is asking about the different between the general woman in the world with shakespheare cleapatra...!
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Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt 1 year 8 months ago #7031

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Cleopatra still remains the best of all, the queen of Egypt and a popular figure of western culture. There are a lot of statues in Egyst where it is treated as godess.
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