English speakers must take particular care to avoid using s’agit de with a specific subject in this
way. See Discover more about impersonal verbs, 1c, below.
d Verbs which may and indeed which usually do take a specific personal subject can also
sometimes be used impersonally, e.g. il règne . . . un climat tropical (lines 41-2). This usage
corresponds here to the English ‘There reigns . . . ’ .