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1 Gregory Peck Unit 10 — An American Master

2 Lesson 1: Overview About Gregory Peck New words and expressions What is a biography? A global understanding

3 About Gregory Peck He was born in Lo Jolla, a residential area for the rich in San Diego, California. University of California, Berkeley was one of the best state universities, where there are 16 Nobel Prize winners among its professors.

4 About Gregory Peck He had been awarded the best actor of both the Oscar and the Golden Globe.

5 About Gregory Peck His great achievements have even been recognized by the American President.

6 About Gregory Peck Gregory Peck co-starred with Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday

7 About Gregory Peck Gregory Peck in the film Gentlemen’s Agreement, which won the best director of Oscar

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9 About Gregory Peck King Vidor, the director of this film, was nominated five times for an Oscar and was also the director of War and Peace.

10 About Gregory Peck Peck as Father Francis Chisholm, a Scottish missionary who had been in China for many years.

11 About Gregory Peck Peck as Captain Keith Mallory in the Guns of Navarone 《六壮士》

12 Peck as General MacArthur

13 Mockingbird is used by Harper Lee to symbolize innocence.

14 Author of To Kill a Mockingbird Harper Lee was awarded the medal of Freedom on November 5, 2007.

15 Peck as a father of two children and an upright lawyer

16 Different image, but the same attraction. The actor and the characters he portrayed were almost inseparable. About Gregory Peck

17 What is a biography? In Greek, bios means “life” and grapho “write”. Hence a biography is an account of a person’s life. In Greek, auto means “self”, so an autobiography is a self-biography. A biography is usually longer than a profile and more literary than a curriculum vitae (resume).

18 What is a biography? A biography presents the subject’s story, highlighting various aspects of his or her life, including intimate details of experiences, and may include an analysis of the subject’s personality. Biographical works are usually non- fiction, but fiction can also be used to portray a person’s life.

19 New Words & Expressions Check the pronunciation (pa.135) Word derivation Word association Word differentiation

20 Word Derivation N.presenceconcernmeditation V. A. N.nominationleadvalidation V. A. present concern concerned meditate meditative nominate nominal lead lead/leading validate valid

21 Word Derivation N.authorityhumanityassertionthriller V. A. N. V.recognizeinvestigate A.doomedcaring authorize authoritative humanize humane assert assertive thrill thrilling recognition recognizable investigation investigative doom care

22 Match the word with its antonym. masculinity senior patriarch maternal inseparable paternal matriarch femininity separable junior

23 Match the word with its synonym. gift concern Semitic demeanor celebrated behavior talent famous Jewish worry

24 Etymology am- = to love –amiable = am- + -iable = able to be loved –amour = love –amorist = lover; a writer who writes love stories –paramour = par- + amour = side love / extramarital love –amateur = sb who does sth because he loves it

25 Etymology ess-/est- = to bequinta- = five quintessence = quint- + ess- = the fifth element — ether (which belongs to an eternal and perfect world) Note: the four essential elements are ‘air, water, fire and earth’. e.g. essence interest = inter- (=between) + est

26 Word Differentiation We are waiting for the conductor to give us a lead. It’s up to someone to take the lead in condemning these injustice. Patriarchy has not disappeared — it has merely changed form. Mrs. Maple is a pillar of the local church. A row of reinforced concrete _____ supports the bridge. pillars

27 Word Differentiation The German then counted themselves the most superior race in the world. Who did he think he was to be so superior! He’s my senior by two years. He is senior to me, though he’s younger. He’s my elder brother. William Pitt the elder was a British prime minister, and so was his son, William Pitt the younger.

28 Word Differentiation What a thrilling game; the winner was in doubt until the last minute. He used to fly a bomber in the RAF. In the film he played the role of a fighter pilot. He is a tireless fighter against racism.

29 Types of Films Kung Fu (Martial Arts) movie War film Adventure Science fiction Detective film Fantasy Musical Feature film Documentary / newsreel Costume film Literary film X-rated/erotic film Stereoscopic film Trailer 故事片 记录片 古装片 文艺片 预告片 奇幻片

30 Film Rating G — U — PG — R — X — e.g. Parts of the film have been banned by the censor. General Audience Universal Category (in Britain) Parental Guidance Restricted under 17 X-rated; for adults only

31 Word Differentiation The archeologists discovered both human and nonhuman bones. He has applied for a nonscientific job in the Civil Service. It was very unscientific not to measure your results. Many people believe factory farming is inhumane.

32 Word Differentiation He seems to enjoy the kind of inhumane treatment of small animals. Prisoners of war were subjected to inhuman and degrading treatment. Only an inhuman mother would desert her child. The daring explorer seemed to have inhuman powers of endurance.

33 Word Differentiation The report made it plain that institutional racism is deep-rooted in this country. Hitler attempted to establish a pure race of German people through a policy of Anti- Semitism. The university has been accused of sexism because it has so few women professors.

34 Word Differentiation Who gave you authority to do this? The professor is an authority on Shakespeare. The authorities refused to allow the foreigner to land. (=the government) A good dictionary is an authority on the meaning of words. There are some TV celebrities to attend the opening ceremony.

35 Word Differentiation Young Mark Twain hated to go to school and he constantly ran away from it. My research constantly turned in new directions and each time I had a different picture from the preceding one. Blood is supplied continuously to our brain. He was continually late for class. I’m fed up with your attitude — it’s been consistently negative from the very beginning.

36 Word Differentiation The wave behind impels the wave before. The cold impelled her to go indoors. I wonder what it is that impels him to exercise all the time. Employees are compelled to join the company’s pension plan after a year’s service. Lack of funds for the campaign compelled his withdrawal. Exhaustion of ammunition compelled their surrender.

37 Word Differentiation The money was destined for the relief of poverty, but was diverted by corrupt officials. Customs officers have seized nearly a ton of heroin destined for New York. Do you think it was destined that we should one day meet? Are we doomed to repeat the mistakes of the past? Mounting debts doomed the factory to closure.

38 Word Differentiation Amicable relations are maintained between China and other Third World Countries. His manner was perfectly amicable but I felt uncomfortable. The foreign guests are always amiable to the host when they visit his house. She was a very kind and amiable old woman. So amiable was the mood of the meeting that a decision was soon reached.

39 Content & Structure What is the text mainly about? –Peck’s career as a professional actor. –The role Peck played on the screen. –Peck’s life philosophy. How are the materials arranged in the text? –In a chronological order.

40 Thank you! To be continued.

41 Lesson 2: Overview Word review Comprehension check Structure of the text Language points Sentence highlights

42 What is the word which means_____ very exciting and interesting not sociable or tending to speak very little the act of thinking deeply to try to find out more information a famous person, esp in the business of entertainment compelling taciturn meditation investigate celebrity

43 What is the word which means_____ likable or pleasant and well- intentioned behavior towards others a forceful statement love deeply and feel proud of famous or well-known a person who is sent, usu to a foreign country to teach and spread religion missionary amiable demeanor assertion adore celebrated

44 Complete the following sentences. The baby aroused her m_______ instincts. There was nothing in his d________ that suggested he was anxious. Tonight’s show features a host of c_________. The minister failed to a_______ the issue of subsidies (津贴). maternal demeanor celebrities address

45 Complete the following sentences. This a______ young man greeted me enthusiastically. The body could be a powerful v____ for conservation. He was for years a p_____ of the opposition party. He was the q_________ tough guy — strong, silent, and self-contained. amiable voice pillar quintessential

46 Complete the following sentences. A versatile actor is needed for the l_____. He had absolute a_______ over his subordinates. Zac used to be a shy and t________ man. He was known for his r______ good looks. Many immigrants have experienced r_______. lead authority taciturn rugged racism

47 Use the appropriate forms of the words given. The film was ________ (nomination) for several Oscars. The visas are ________ (validation) for thirty days. The job may call for _________ (assertion) behaviour. A sense of duty _________ (compelling) Harry to answer her questions. nominated valid assertive compelled

48 Use the appropriate forms of the words given. There was no _________ (recognize) photograph of him. __________ (constant) of temperature is essential for newborn babies. Regulations ensure the _________ (inhumane) treatment of animals. The police are carrying out _________ (investigate) recognizable Constancy humane investigation

49 Text Analysis Comprehension check Structure of the text Sentence highlights Language points

50 Comprehension Check What is paragraph one mainly about? Why is Peck viewed as a symbol of American man in his best? Gregory Peck is both a famous Hollywood star and a symbol of the American man at his best because the characters he created represent moral courage and traditional values.

51 Difficult Sentence (para.1) Peck is a symbol of the American man at his best — a pillar of moral courage and constant defender of traditional values. Peck is a representative figure of the American man with his highest achievements or most attractive qualities — an active supporter of moral courage and a faithful protector/justifier of traditional values.

52 Difficult Sentence (para.1) As General MacArthur, Melville’s Captain Ahab, and Atticus Finch, he has presented audiences with compelling stories of strength and masculinity. In playing his roles such as General MacArthur, Melville’s Captain Ahab, and Atticus Finch, he powerfully impressed his audiences with exciting and interesting stories that convey the strength and male beauty of his characters.

53 General MacArthur During WWII, he was in charge of the armies of the Allies fighting in the areas around the Pacific Ocean. He was also the leader of the United Nations forces in Korea.

54 Captain Ahab Moby Dick is a large dangerous white whale. Ahab risks his life and the lives of everyone on his ship by hunting and killing the whale.

55 Atticus Finch Finch was a brave upright white lawyer. After his wife died, he took care of his daughter and son on his own. Once they talked about bird hunting, he told his children not to hurt mockingbird, for it may sing for human beings and never do harm to them. He defended for a black man who had been accused of raping a white woman.

56 Comprehension Check What is the second paragraph about? Peck’s life before he graduated from high school. maternal grandmother: grandmother on one’s mother’s side

57 Lo Jolla A Spanish name, meaning “jewel”, a residential area for the rich in San Diego, California. Lo Jolla Cove

58 St. John Military Academy A school for training military officers.

59 Pharmacy: a shop where medicines are sold Pharmacist  a person who owns/runs a pharmacy  a person skilled in the making of medicine

60 Comprehension Check What is the third paragraph mainly about? What made Peck decide to be an actor? Were Peck’s early experiences of acting very successful? When was the turning point? This paragraph is mainly about Peck’s decision to be an actor and his early experiences on the stage.

61 University of California, Berkeley Founded in 1868, it ranks 21st overall in the US in 2009

62 Difficult Sentence (para.3) Though many of his early plays were doomed to short runs, it seemed clear that Peck was destined for something bigger. Though many of his early plays were destined to be shirt-lived, it seemed clear that Peck was intended/meant for (bound to create) something more influential.

63 Francis Chisholm A Scottish priest who was kind, gentle, determined and sympathetic. He suffered a lot of misfortunes in his early life, so he joined the church. The church sent him to China and the mission turned a new leaf in his life. In the exotic land, he cared the poor and the sick, and helped the son of a Chinese official, hence was helped in turn by the Chinese.

64 Comprehension Check What is the fourth paragraph about? His major achievements in his acting career: Peck gained five Oscar nominations for Best Actor.

65 Peck’s Five Oscar Nominations The Keys of the Kingdom (1944) The Yearling (1946) Gentleman’s Agreement (1947) Twelve O’clock High (1949) To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)

66 Famous Directors Elia Kazan King Vidor Alfred Hitchcock

67 Comprehension Check What is the main idea of the fifth paragraph? Why Peck is adored by his audience? Peck is adored by his audience because of the image he created on the screen — the typical mid-century American man, romantic and tough.

68 Difficult Sentence (para.5) Tough and caring, he was the quintessential mid- century American man — the good-looking romantic lead across from Audrey Hepburn as well as the rugged World War II bomber commander. Tough and caring, he was the typical example of mid- century American man — the handsome romantic leading role in the film Roman Holiday in which he co-starred with Audrey Hepburn as well as the role of General MacArthur as a strongly-built World War II bomber commander.

69 Comprehension Check What does paragraph six focus on? It focuses on Peck’s best known film To Kill A Mockingbird, which won him an Oscar Award for Best Actor.

70 Comprehension Check What does paragraph seven mainly tell us? What is Peck’s life philosophy? Peck’s life philosophy is closely related with his acting career. To Peck, life in the wartime was profoundly complex, and in fact life has never been free from struggle or war.

71 Vietnam War ( ) A 12-year war between the US and the communist party of Vietnam, a war which had the greatest casualties ever since WWII and considered as part of the Cold War

72 Difficult Sentence (para.7) If years of breathing life into characters such as Captain Keith Mallory and General MacArthur taught him anything, it was that life was profoundly complex; and rarely has there been a time free from war and struggle. If years of vivid creation of characters such as Captain Keith Mallory and General MacArthur taught him anything, it was that life during wartime was extremely complex; and life has never been free from struggle or war.

73 Captain Keith Mallory A leading role in the film The Guns of Navarone produced in Captain Keith Mallory was one of the 6 Allies heroes during WWII. They entered Greece, which was occupied then by Nazis, where they blew out the secret weapon of the German troop — Navarone Gun.

74 Difficult Sentence (para.7) …and in doing so has created a library of stories that shed light on human possibility and social reality. … and in doing so has created a large number of stories and make it easier for people to see what achievements man is capable of and what our society really is.

75 Comprehension Check What do the last two paragraphs tell us? These two paragraphs conclude the biography by introducing briefly Peck’s remaining years.

76 Playhouses The children enjoyed making a ~ out of cardboard Have you seen the new production of `Hamlet' at the ~? (=movie house)

77 Language Points Useful Words & Expressions

78 master (title):  The painting is the work of a ~/done by a ~ hand.  There will be an exhibition of work by the French ~, Monet in the Art Gallery. adore (para.1)  He ~s his wife and children.  Tom ~s reading classic novels and dreams of being a writer.

79 Useful Words & Expressions presence (para.1)  He is a man of great ~.  She has a strong voice but absolutely no ~. compelling (para.1)  I found the whole film very ~.  I have no ~ reasons to refuse.  It’s a fairly ~ argument for going.

80 Useful Words & Expressions at one’s best (para.1)  That garden is at its best in spring.  I’m never at my best in the early morning. make one’s debut (para.2)  Spiderman made its debut on the Internet a day before its official premiere.  Koizumi, who took office in late April, made his debut on the international stage with this three-nation trip.

81 Useful Words & Expressions run (para.3)  After a month’s ~ in Shanghai, the show transferred to Nanjing.  The musical’s London ~ was a disaster.  The play had a ~ of three months. in the form of (para.3)  Churches are often built in the ~ of a cross.  The lawn was laid out in the ~ of the figure eight.

82 Useful Words & Expressions taciturn (para.4)  He was ~ and unsociable, and rarely spoke to you.  When he was free and came back to the town, he became a ~ man. meditation (para.4)  The book is a ~ on the morality of art.  Let us spend a few moments in quiet ~.

83 Useful Words & Expressions validation (para.4)  The ~ of the agreement calls for a signature of both parties.  Check if these courses have been validated by a reputable organization. conviction (para.4)  She’s a woman of strong ~s.  He said he wasn’t frightened, but his voice lacked ~/didn’t carry ~.  It’s my personal ~ that all rapists should be locked away for life.

84 Useful Words & Expressions across from (para.5)  The store is just across from the station.  Just across from our house there’s a school. address (para.6)  The issue of funding has yet to be ~ed.  He ignored the side issues and ~ed himself to the main problem.

85 Useful Words & Expressions (public) figure (para.7)  Being a public ~ entails a lot of public exposure.  He will be the central/key ~ in the negotiation. voice (para.7)  Developing countries are demanding a stronger ~ in the debate.  He became the recognized ~ of the Chinese community in Paris.  The feminists have found their political ~ at last.

86 Thank you! To be continued.

87 Lesson 3: Overview Duty Report Review Text Analysis Useful words & expressions Exercises highlights

88 Students’ Duty Report Audrey Hepburn born in 1929 in Belgium died in 1993 in Switzerland a total of 31 high quality movies one of "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time".

89 Alfred Hitchcock “Master of Suspense” Features of his films  Both fear and fantasy  Droll humor  A comical cameo appearance by the director  The concept of the “MacGuffin” (麦格芬) : a way of creating suspense  The use of montage (蒙太奇) : the technique of producing a new whole from fragments

90 What is the word which means very exciting and interesting not sociable or tending to speak very little the act of thinking deeply to try to find out more information a famous person, esp in the business of entertainment compelling taciturn meditation investigate celebrity

91 What is the word which means likable or pleasant and well- intentioned behavior towards others a forceful statement love deeply and feel proud of famous or well-known a person who is sent, usu to a foreign country to teach and spread religion missionary amiable demeanor assertion adore celebrated

92 Complete the following sentences. The baby aroused her m_______ instincts. There was nothing in his d________ that suggested he was anxious. Tonight’s show features a host of c_________. The minister failed to a_______ the issue of subsidies (津贴). maternal demeanor celebrities address

93 Complete the following sentences. This a______ young man greeted me enthusiastically. The body could be a powerful v____ for conservation. He was for years a p_____ of the opposition party. He was the q___________ tough guy — strong, silent, and self-contained. amiable voice pillar quintessential

94 Complete the following sentences. A versatile actor is needed for the l_____. He had absolute a_______ over his subordinates. Zac used to be a shy and t________ man. He was known for his r______ good looks. Many immigrants have experienced r_______. lead authority taciturn rugged racism

95 Use the appropriate forms of the words given. The film was ________ (nomination) for several Oscars. The visas are ________ (validation) for thirty days. The job may call for _________ (assertion) behaviour. A sense of duty _________ (compelling) Harry to answer her questions. nominated valid assertive compelled

96 Use the appropriate forms of the words given. There was no _________ (recognize) photograph of him. __________ (constant) of temperature is essential for newborn babies. Regulations ensure the _________ (inhumane) treatment of animals. The police are carrying out _________ (investigate) recognizable Constancy humane investigation

97 Difficult Sentence (para.1) Peck is a symbol of the American man at his best — a pillar of moral courage and constant defender of traditional values. Peck is a representative figure of the American man with his highest achievements or most attractive qualities — an active supporter of moral courage and a faithful protector/justifier of traditional values.

98 Difficult Sentence (para.1) As General MacArthur, Melville’s Captain Ahab, and Atticus Finch, he has presented audiences with compelling stories of strength and masculinity. In playing his roles such as General MacArthur, Melville’s Captain Ahab, and Atticus Finch, he powerfully impressed his audiences with exciting and interesting stories that convey the strength and male beauty of his characters.

99 Difficult Sentence (para.3) Though many of his early plays were doomed to short runs, it seemed clear that Peck was destined for something bigger. Though many of his early plays were destined to be shirt-lived, it seemed clear that Peck was intended/meant for (bound to create) something more influential.

100 Useful Words & Expressions

101 Translation Practice The job was to call on all her diplomatic skills and moral courage. Governments have at least a moral obligation to answer these questions. The moral of the story was “Look before you leap.” 这项工作需要她发 挥全部的外交才能 和捍卫正义的勇气。 政府至少在道义上 有责任回答这些问 题。 这个故事的教益是 “ 三思而后行 ” 。

102 Translation Practice 我处在道义上进退 两难的境地。 他毫无道德,为了 钱什么都做得出来。 许多人给电台写信 抱怨这档节目的道 德水准。 I’m in a moral dilemma. He has no morals and will do anything for money. Many people wrote into the television station to complain about the moral level of the show.

103 Translation Practice His latest book makes compelling reading. There is no compelling reason to believe him. 。 He remains a compelling figure in politics. The book is thought- compelling. 他的新书读起来扣 人心弦。 没有令人信服的理 由让人相信他。 他在政治上仍是一 个引人注目的人物。 这本书发人深思。

104 Translation Practice She is a brilliant young actress destined for stardom. The land is destined for a new hospital. 这些钱将用来帮助救 助灾民。 我们似乎命中注定无 缘相见。 她是一位才华横溢、 注定成为明星的青年 演员。 这块土地已被划作建 造一家新医院之用。 The money is destined to help relieve those disaster victims. We seem destined never to meet.

105 Translation Practice He recognized John as his lawful heir. 他力争成为一名社会公 认的音乐家。 狗靠嗅觉认人。 He recognized that he was walking a tightrope: one slip would mean political destruction. 他确认约翰为自己的合 法继承人。 He strove to be recognized as a musician. Dogs recognized people by their smell. 他认识到自己的处境正 如走钢丝,稍一疏忽就 意味着政治上的毁灭。

106 Translation Practice They were meditating revenge. She found peace through yoga and meditation. 他正在沉思, 没有看见我 进来。 Not a sound obtruded upon great Nature’s meditation. 他们正谋划进行报 复。 她通过瑜伽和冥想 找到了宁静。 He was deep in meditation and didn’t see me come in. 万籁俱寂,大地似 在沉思。

107 Translation Practice 没有一点声响打扰他 的默想。 The monk would meditate for 20 minutes every day. 人们常常发现菲利普 独自一人在炉火前静 静地思索着。 Not a sound obtruded upon his meditation. 那个和尚每天打坐 20 分钟。 Philip was often found sitting alone in front of the fire meditating quietly.

108 Translation Practice I don’t really feel at my best today. Come and see Suzhou at its best. 这部小说是马克吐温 巅峰时期的作品。 出现紧急情况时尤显 他的干练。 Professor Gay was at his eloquent best today. 我今天感觉不太舒服。 请在景色最美的季节来 苏州游览。 This novel represents Mark Twain’s writing at its best. He is at his best in emergencies. 戈尔教授今天把他的口 才发挥得淋漓尽致。

109 Translation Practice These clues shed new light on the mystery. Recent research has thrown new light on the causes of the disease. 现代研究已使这个问题 大为明朗化了。 这些发现可能有助于进 一步了解宇宙的起源。 这些线索让谜团得到新 的认识。 最近的研究可以使人进 一步了解导致这种疾病 的原因。 Modern research has shed great light on this question. The discoveries may shed light on the origins of the universe.

110 Translation Practice Bring in fresh green plants, flowering pots, or elegant orchids. These lively touches can breathe life into winter-weary spaces. So smile, gesture once in a while, show some energy and breathe life into the interview experience. 摆上新鲜的绿色植物, 插上鲜花的花瓶或高 雅的兰花。这些活泼 的植物会让因为冬天 而死气沉沉的屋子充 满生机。 所以要微笑,不时地 做一下手势,表现出 一些精神,并给面试 经历注入一些活力。

111 Translation Practice 这些摩天大楼给那 城市注入了新生命 和现代化的气息。 新当选总统将为民 主党注入活力。 新经理的到来给公 司注入了新的生命, 于是公司很快兴旺 起来了。 The skyscrapers breathe new life and a spirit of modernity into the city. The newly-elected president will breathe new life into the Democratic party. The coming of the new manager breathed new life into the company, and soon it prospered.

112 Othello (pa.140) A tragedy by William Shakespeare Othello, a black man, is a very jealous husband who kills his wife, Desdemona, because his servant Iago makes him believe, wrongly, that she is having a sexual relationship with another man.

113 Othello In this play Iago is made to stand for the evil and dark forces in the society. He is condemned, and is the most powerfully drawn figure. Except for Iago, the other characters are all drawn on simple lines.

114 Shakespeare’s Plays Main Tragedies Hamlet Othello King Lear Macbeth Main Comedies Merchant of Venice A Midsummer Night’s Dream As You Like It The Twelfth Night

115 John F. Kennedy An inauguration is a formal ceremony to mark the beginning of a leader's term of office. An example is the ceremony in which the president of the United States officially takes the oath of office. An "inaugural address" is the presidential speech given at this ceremony which informs the people of his intentions as a leader.

116 John F. Kennedy: Inaugural Address Vice President Johnson, Mr. Speaker, Mr. Chief Justice, President Eisenhower, Vice President Nixon, President Truman, Reverend Clergy, fellow citizens: We observe today not a victory of party, but a celebration of freedom -- symbolizing an end, as well as a beginning -- signifying renewal, as well as change. For I have sworn before you and Almighty God the same solemn oath our forebears prescribed nearly a century and three- quarters ago.

117 The world is very different now. For man holds in his mortal hands the power to abolish all forms of human poverty and all forms of human life. And yet the same revolutionary beliefs for which our forebears fought are still at issue around the globe -- the belief that the rights of man come not from the generosity of the state, but from the hand of God. John F. Kennedy: Inaugural Address

118 We dare not forget today that we are the heirs of that first revolution. Let the word go forth from this time and place, to friend and foe alike, that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans -- born in this century, tempered by war, disciplined by a hard and bitter peace, proud of our ancient heritage, and unwilling to witness or permit the slow undoing of those human rights to which this nation has always been committed, and to which we are committed today at home and around the world.

119 John F. Kennedy: Inaugural Address Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe, to assure the survival and the success of liberty. This much we pledge -- and more. My fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.

120 A bay window (pa.141)

121 Thank you! To be continued.


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