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The many faces of Cleopatra : from propaganda to myth.

@inproceedings{Hardman2003TheMF,
  title={The many faces of Cleopatra : from propaganda to myth.},
  author={Naomi Susan. Hardman},
  year={2003}
}
Few women of antiquity have gripped the public imagination as Cleopatra has. For centuries, she has inspired playwrights, poets, artists and film-makers, with the result that she and Antony are arguably history's most famous lovers. However, I have not yet encountered a study which discusses, in one work, the multiple constructions of Cleopatra across the range of genres in which she has been represented. Certainly, many books and articles are devoted to revealing how Cleopatra has been… Expand

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