Antony and Cleopatra


  1. ^ E. g., Wilders,[12]: p.69–75  Miola,[13]: p.209  Bloom,[14]: p.577  Kermode,[15]: p.217  Hunter,[16]: p.129  Braunmuller,[17]: p.433  and Kennedy.[18]: p.258 
  2. ^ On the historical political context of the Aeneid and its larger influence on the Western literary tradition through the seventeenth century, see Quint, David (1993). Epic and Empire: Politics and Generic Form from Virgil to Milton. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press. ISBN 978-0-691-06942-5.

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