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Difference between revisions of "An American Dream Expanded/Scene: Inside an Army Tent in Vietnam March 22, 1965"

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"The hero of ''An American Dream'' is Stephen Richards Rojack, a war hero, college  professor, television performer and the husband of an immensely wealthy girl."                                                                   
"The hero of ''An American Dream'' is Stephen Richards Rojack, a war hero, college  professor, television performer and the husband of an immensely wealthy girl."                                                                   
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                                    ''An American Dream''
                                ''An American Dream''
                                                          
                                                          
<p>2nd Soldier: "You read that very well."
<p>2nd Soldier: "You read that very well."
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<p>1st Soldier: "Well, should I read it or not?"</p>
<p>1st Soldier: "Well, should I read it or not?"</p>
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                                  ''An American Dream''
                              ''An American Dream''
                                                          
                                                          
<p>2nd Soldier: "Lemme put it this way, Dad. I wouldn't recommend it for my mother 'cause she'd give me you-know-what for reading a dirty book. You remember                                                                  that part of the jacket you read where it said the hero is a television performer? Well, he's even more of a bedroom performer, so I guess that lets                                                                                                                                          out anybody who gets shocked easy. When you come right down to it, I'd say I'm about the only person I know who's worldly enough to read it without                                                                  getting all shook up."</p>
<p>2nd Soldier: "Lemme put it this way, Dad. I wouldn't recommend it for my mother 'cause she'd give me you-know-what for reading a dirty book. You remember                                                                  that part of the jacket you read where it said the hero is a television performer? Well, he's even more of a bedroom performer, so I guess that lets                                                                                                                                          out anybody who gets shocked easy. When you come right down to it, I'd say I'm about the only person I know who's worldly enough to read it without                                                                  getting all shook up."</p>