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Caesar and Cleopatra: A History

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Based on 523 Ratings and 37 Reviews

Book Description
The complete five-act version of Caesar and Cleopatra for performance and study includes both prologues and the author's own stage directions and explanatory notes. Elizabeth T. Forter's introduction focuses on Shaw's calculated and integral development of the plot, juxtaposition of characters, and use of dramatic devices to convey the play's central theme, the measure of the truly heroic. Also in... More
Book Information
PublisherHarlan Davidson
BindingPaperback (77 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages142
Publication Date06/2000
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About Bernard Shaw (Author) : Bernard Shaw is a published author, editor, illustrator, and a photographer. Some of the published credits of Bernard Shaw include Major Barbara (Mentor Books), Saint Joan (Mentor Books), Arms and the... more
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About Elizabeth T. Forter (Author) : Elizabeth T. Forter is a published author. Some of the published credits of Elizabeth T. Forter include Major Barbara (Penguin Classics), Caesar and Cleopatra: A History (Crofts Classics).
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