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  1. Vashti. An editor is trying to insert a long-debunked theory that Esther was a real person, a Jewish queen of Xerxes, rather than a fictional Biblical heroine whose historical novel the Book of Esther takes places at the court of Ahasuerus, a fictitious king. The purported veracity of the myth relies on the existence of the mythical Queen Vashti.

  2. One Night with the King received a generally negative reception, garnering a 19% positive rating on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 26 reviews, with an average of 4.4 out of 10. [8] V.A. Musetto of the New York Post , noting that, "The cinematography and sets look great, but the script is a bummer.

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    • Stephan Blinn, Richard J. Cook, Laurie Crouch, Matthew Crouch, Lawrence Mortorff
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  4. Esther is an American opera in 3 acts composed by Hugo Weisgall, with a libretto by Charles Kondek. Esther was premiered by the New York City Opera in October 1993. The opera is about Esther's struggle as she becomes the queen of Persia, and her heroic triumph over the evil Prime Minister Haman and his plot of exterminating the Jews.

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  7. Esther (HWV 50) is an oratorio by George Frideric Handel. It is generally acknowledged to be the first English oratorio. Handel set a libretto after the Old Testament drama by Jean Racine. The work was originally composed in 1718, but was heavily revised into a full oratorio in 1732.

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