Inspired by the story of the legendary British king Caractacus, this stirring work of poetry captures the courage and nobility of a bygone era. Composed by the acclaimed English composer Thomas Augustine Arne and adapted for the page by William Mason, Caractacus blends historical fact with myth and legend, creating a powerful and unforgettable portrait of one of Britain's most revered heroes. Full of epic battles, doomed love affairs, and larger-than-life characters, Caractacus is a work of art that is both thrilling and timeless.
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