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by Tasker Dean

  • Author: Tasker Dean
  • ISBN: 0352333227
  • ISBN13: 978-0352333223
  • ePub: 1581 kb | FB2: 1439 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Erotica
  • Publisher: Virgin Pub (April 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 224
  • Rating: 4.3/5
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If he is to have his beautiful prize - the wrestler Robert - he must learn how the Romans played their games. Format Paperback 224 pages. Dimensions 129 x 194 x 1. 5mm 222g. Publication date 01 Apr 1999. Publisher Ebury Publishing.

Sam has waited all his life for the man he knows waits for him somewhere. When Sam begins to work for a mysterious aristocrat, the first lesson he learns is how to submit to other men through the acting out of elaborate sexual sports. If Sam is to have his beautiful prize - the wrestler, Robert - he must learn exactly how the ancient Romans played their games. When he visits the island of Skate to do some work for Denton, a mysterious young aristocrat, he is taught how to submit to other men; acting out an elaborate fantasy in which the young men become wrestling slaves as in ancient Rome and Denton their master. At first, Sam is reluctant, but before long he is submerged in a world where sex and status are interwoven. If he is to have his beautiful prize - the wrestler Robert - he must learn how the Romans played their games. Imprint: Virgin Digital. Published: 28/07/2010.

Roland Auguet examines the Roman taste for blood and considers what the games, that strange combination of Cruelty and Civilization, reveal about the Roman mentality. He shows how the great spectacles became a part of city life - they were awaited with impatience, everyone discussed them, some applauded the action in the arena, while others booed frantically. This book provides an exciting history of gladiators, chariot racing and other games as well as an investigation of their function and significance within society

Sam has waited all his life for the man he knows waits for him somewhere. When he visits the island of Skate to do some work for Denton, a mysterious young aristocrat, he is taught how to submit to other men; acting out an elaborate fantasy in which the young men become wrestling slaves as in ancient Rome and Denton their master. At first, Sam is reluctant, but before long he is submerged in a world where sex and status are interwoven. He must learn how to win and how to lose. If he is to have his beautiful prize - the wrestler Robert - he must learn how the Romans played their games.