The Memoirs of Cleopatra: A Novel - Chapters 57 through 62 Summary & Analysis

Margaret George
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Chapters 57 through 62 Summary

In chapter fifty-seven, Cleopatra reveals that she's pregnant with Antony's child. He promises that he'll be victorious on the battlefield. Antony prepares to leave and Cleopatra watches as the massive army picks up the necessities, including a large butt of a tree to be used as a battering ram. Cleopatra questions the need for this and Antony says that there won't be any timbers to use for battering rams upon their arrival in Parthia. Cleopatra says that it's an incredibly huge group of men and equipment and she worries about them making it over the mountains, let alone their ability to survive the Parthian campaign.

In chapter fifty-eight, Cleopatra travels to Jerusalem to meet with Herod before making her way home. He greets her upon her arrival, saying that he is "Herod, King of the Jews." Herod suggests that Cleopatra might...

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