Chaucer's account of Cleopatra from The Legend of Good Women, on the Berkeley's Digital Library.
Dryden, All for Love (1677)
Amazon. "All for Love," or "The World Well Lost" by John Dryden (1677) with some favorable customer reviews.
Review of a 1977 Edinburgh Theatre production by J. W. Lambert.
Rider Haggard, Cleopatra (1889)
Amazon. Free e-text at Project Gutenberg.
Amazon. Rider Haggard, Cleopatra: Being an Account of the Fall and Vengeance of Harmachis, the Royal Egyptian, As Set Forth by His Own Hand.
Amazon. "La ambientacion en la Cleopatra de Rider Haggard" at by Miguel Angel Molinero Polo.
George Bernard Shaw, Caesar and Cleopatra (1899)
Amazon. Caesar and Cleopatra: A History by George Bernard Shaw.
1906 Theatre Magazine review (unknown author).
"As often as the Theatre Magazine has rejected Shaw's flippancies and half-truths, it has always recognized his skill as a dramatist. He has never shown it more clearly than in this play in which we have scenes of such great variety including farce, satire, the operatic, the spectacular, and true comedy and melodrama of the most distinct kind."
IBDB (Internet Broadway Database) has a great page of Broadway performances of Shaw's plays, including various productions of Caesar and Cleopatra.
eText: George Ebers' novel Cleopatra (1893), translated by Mary J. Safford.
Jodelle, Cleopatra Captive (1552), transcribed by G. Mallary Masters.
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