"The Rape of Lucrece" (1594)
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#1 Sep 19, 2012
This William Shakespeare narrative about cultural dignity draws on the historical story of a legendary Roman woman named Lucretia who was raped by the king's son and committed suicide, a mournful event that prompted the passionate overthrow of the corrupt monarchy and the libertine establishment of the progressive Roman republic.
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