The Aeneid Ending

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Ariosto’s Orlando Furioso provides interpretive clarification for the vagueness left behind by Vergil in The Aeneid. The final scenes in the epics correspond to each other in several ways, offering the tying of Vergil’s loose ends in The Aeneid’s final scenes. The actions of those in Orlando Furioso reflect that of Vergil’s characters. Even the characters from each epic themselves echo one another. By refreshing in readers’ minds Vergil’s queries and open ends in The Aeneid and responding demonstratively, Ariosto successfully brings a sort of individualized closure to Vergil’s
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