Please give specific detailed answers w/ at least 1 quote. NO PLAGIARISM PLEASE!

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Jan 27th, 2015

Dido is numerous readers' most loved characters in the Aeneid, and with great reason. It is clear that Virgil spent an extraordinary measure of vitality creating her character, and the amplified portrayal of her and Aeneas' destined relationship in Book 4 speaks to one of Virgil's noteworthy developments in the class of epic verse. She is 

Successful because she built her own City and she controls by herself without a husband. I quote 

“..... And the whole enterprise was led by a woman. So they reached this place, where you can already see the towering battlements of a new city, Carthage and its citadel even now being built.”

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