JULIUS CAESAR PERSONALITY IN POETRY BY V. BRUSOV

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MAXIM POKACHALOV

Abstract

The paper deals with V. Brusov’s verses «Julius Caesar», «October 1917» and «Caesar to Cleopatra». According to the paper’s author, Caesar depicted by V. Brusov is not only a politician, commander and master of Rome, but a person ruled by passion, feelings and emotions. The paper concludes that V. Brusov’s verses provide historic details of the Ancient Rome epoch. The author also identifies convergences, since both V. Brusov and Caesar strived for dominance – Caesar ruled over Rome, while V. Brusov was preponderant in his literary surrounding.

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POKACHALOV, M. “JULIUS CAESAR PERSONALITY IN POETRY BY V. BRUSOV”. Brusov Readings, Sept. 2019, pp. 157-64, doi:10.31377/brus.vi0.588.
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