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- In the play, Camelot represents an oasis of idyllic happiness in a cold, hard world.p. 142.8
- But even as John Kennedy stands before this idyllic gathering, seeing the warmth and smiles that come with honoring such a distinguished and legendary world leader, his thoughts are never far from another "Churchill"—and another war that is gaining steam.p. 155.1
- With every passing moment, the Kennedys seem to be living an idyllic life, where everything goes right and each day is more glamorous than the one before it.p. 162.2
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