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Nostalgia

Combray
village of narrator and family. [Fr. Lit.: Remembrance of Things Past]
Give My Regards to Broadway
singer sends well-wishes to home town. [Am. Pop. Music: Fordin, 531]
Happy Days
TV series viewed 1950s America through tinted lenses. [TV: Terrace, I, 337–338]
Krapp
passes the time by listening to tapes on which he had recorded his earlier experiences and reflections. [Br. Drama: Beckett Krapp’s Last Tape in Weiss, 244]
My Ántonia
book in which author recalls her precious child-hood years. [Am. Lit.: Magill I, 630–632]
ou sont les neiges d’antan
“Where are the snows of yesteryear?” [Fr. Lit.: Ballade des Dames du temps ladis, “Villon” in Benét, 1061]
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Farrell received her award (a bronze miniature of Rodin's famous study of Vaslav Nijinsky in Afternoon of a Faun) from Prince Albert of Monaco and thanked the jury and the audience with a nostalgic and thoughtful speech about dance and life.
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Although written for and by "Champ" crewmen, this nostalgic review of one of the stalwarts of the 1950s carrier fleet should be welcomed by anyone with an interest in Naval Aviation.