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Michael Morgan New York. NY / United States, Male, 57
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barber-surgeon
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About Me : Morgan Michaels lives and works in New York City. He relishes the citys history and traditions, but regrets that living costs have risen so steeply in recent years. This ... more »

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  • POEM: Alexander Jannaios And Alexandra by Constantine P. Cavafy (8/11/2020 7:24:00 PM)

    Shows the value of repetition. Important to note: the repetition's differently shaded meaning.

  • POEM: Alexandrian Kings by Constantine P. Cavafy (8/11/2020 7:16:00 PM)

    Cavafy's droll irony triumphs and makes the poem remarkable. Of course, its success relies on the knowledge of history most Greeks could be expected to have.

  • POEM: Alexandrian Kings by Constantine P. Cavafy (8/11/2020 7:12:00 PM)

    Hollow words, indeed.

    Caesarion was the last of the Ptolemies. Whatever his coronation began, it ended the dynasty. He was assassinated grace a Lepidus, (later Caesar Augustus) , on the grounds that:

    'Too many Caesars is not a good thing.'

    So much for spectacle

    Upon his death, Egypt became part of the Roman Empire.

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