„Give, you gods,
Give to your boy, your Caesar,
The rattle of a globe to play withal,
This gewgaw world, and put him cheaply off;
I'll not be pleased with less than Cleopatra.“

—  John Dryden, All for Love

Act II, scene II
All for Love (1678)

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