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............ Literature and Performing Arts
................ <Literary characters>
.................... Anime and manga characters (literary characters)
.................... Armida (fictional character, First Crusade)
.................... Arthurian legend characters (literary characters)
.................... Bambi (literary character, white tailed deer)
.................... Beatrice (Italian literary character, Dante, ca. 1293)
.................... Bull, John (British symbolic character, 1712)
.................... Commedia dell’arte characters (Italian theatrical characters)
.................... d'Urbervilles, Tess (literary character, Hardy, 1891)
.................... Desdemona (literary character, Shakespeare, Othello)
.................... Duchesne, Père (French fictional character, 18th century)
.................... Eucharis (literary character, F$00enelon, 1699)
.................... Euryalus (literary character, Historia de duobus amantibus, 1444)
.................... Iago (literary character, Shakespeare, Othello)
.................... Iras (literary character, servant of Cleopatra)
.................... Juan, Don (Spanish literary character, from 17th century)
.................... Karna (Hindu character of Mahabharata)
.................... Ochiltree, Eddie (fictional character, The Antiquary, Scott, 1816)
.................... Othello (literary character, Shakespeare, Othello)
.................... Panza, Sancho (Spanish literary character, Cervantes, 1605)
.................... Queen of the Night (literary character, Mozart, Magic Flute, 1791)
.................... Quixote, Don (Spanish literary character, Cervantes, 1605)
.................... Rinaldo (fictional knight, First Crusade)
.................... Siegfried (literary character, Nibelungenlied)
.................... Tom Thumb (English folklore character, 16th century)
.................... Tondal (Irish knight, Visions of Tondal, 12th century)
.................... Verginia (Roman literary character, Ab Urbe Condita, Livy, 27/9 BCE)
.................... Wardour, Miss (fictional character, The Antiquary, Scott, 1816)


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