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How Did Rufus Wainwright And The Canadian Opera Get Interested In The Roman Emperor Hadrian?
"Quixotic, domineering and visionary, Hadrian (yes, the guy who built the wall) represented the end of the classical era in Roman history." Plus there's the whole Hadrian elevated his young, dead lover to a god with a cult subplot. The Globe & Mail (Canada) 11/30/13
Posted December 1, 2013 08:57 PM

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