The Alexander Debate and the Murderous Innocence of Bucephalus: Fiction — Patrick J. Keane | Numéro Cinq
Just as Fate had made them Classicists, sent them to Princeton, made them roommates, and drew them to the study of Alexander, so that uncanny and intertwining Power arranged for them to date, interchangeably, two very different women, having only beauty in common. At first, Diana had been with Haggerty, Alicia with Anderson. But at some point (the quartet could never pinpoint the precise moment of transposal), there had been a sudden switch. ---Patrick J. Keane