The Memoirs of Cleopatra: A Novel - Chapters 63 through 76 Summary & Analysis

Margaret George
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Chapters 63 through 76 Summary

In chapter sixty-three, Cleopatra receives letters from Olympos and Antony. She learns that Octavian is in the midst of public works projects, obviously aimed at garnering the support of the people, and that many are calling him "Caesar." Olympos writes to Cleopatra, telling her that Octavian had arrived at the small apartment where he and Caesarion are staying. Octavian had announced that he knows Caesarion's identity and demands that he leave Rome.

In chapter sixty-four, Cleopatra learns that the ambassador of Median wants so badly to befriend Egypt that he offers his daughter's betrothal to Alexander. Cleopatra notes that she's been fortunate to have chosen her own lovers but that her children might not be so lucky. The relationship between Cleopatra and Antony deteriorates and begins to show signs of depression. In chapter sixty-five, Antony is again away on a military...

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