A Myth That Never Dies: Cleopatra in Twentieth-Century Italian Culture
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The article discusses twentieth-century Italian films and books devoted to the personage of Cleopatra. Fascination with the myth of the Egyptian queen reached its climax during the period of fascism; but also later Cleopatra was the subject of many works, often having little in common with the historical facts.
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