The Memoirs of Cleopatra: A Novel - Chapters 21 through 29 Summary & Analysis

Margaret George
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Chapters 21 through 29 Summary

In chapter twenty-one, Cleopatra heads for Rome. They are attacked by pirates and soon realize that the men know who she is and that she is the target, though they also reveal that they have some grievance with Caesar. Her men take two of the pirates captive and Cleopatra doesn't let her men kill them, instead planning to take them to Caesar. In chapter twenty-two, she is met at the dock by Gaius Oppius on Caesar's behalf and later introduces Caesar to his son. Caesar seems moved by the sight of the child.

In chapter twenty-three, Cleopatra has doubts that going to Rome is the right thing. She says that Caesar is a different man at the head of his own country than he had been as a guest in hers and she knows that she's at his mercy. During their...

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