In the entrance hall of the high school I noticed a Trojan horse studded with nails, a work of art made by the pupils of another school and ceremonially delivered when the closed-circuit television system was installed.
One could not imagine a better symbol to express in a humorous way the revolutionary potential of closed-circuit television in a school. However, there has to be something inside the horse's belly.
A. Depeursinge, ‘Gazette de Lausanne’
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