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The ancient history of adding insult to injury

By Andrew M. McClellan, Lecturer in Classics and Humanities, San Diego State University
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Epic poetry tends to be seen as highbrow, while action films are regarded as puerile and brutish. But the two share an affinity for dressing up brutal deaths with rhetorical flair.The Conversation

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