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Sarah Bernhardt as Cleopatra
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12020-09-09T12:11:26-04:00And, enter Cleopatra.6drinking the Libyan sun to sleepplain2021-01-21T17:47:48-05:002020-09-08T12:46Cleopatra figures prominently in the poem ("A Dream of Fair Women"), reveling in memories of flattery, strife, and drinking the Libyan sun to sleep, while the narrator wanders through dark woods and dream worlds and goldmines of thought.