Moustaches and Sandals
Yet modish subjects come and go, brought to the fore by anniversaries, by current events and by the publicity machines of Hollywood. This summer, in the wake of one blockbuster on the fall of Troy and with the imminent arrival of others on Alexander the Great, we are said to be in thrall to the 'sword and sandal epic'.
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