IVORY MONTH (addendum)

IVORY MONTH (addendum)

FRANCE           

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BLUE, WHITE & RED    DAY

(October 28)

(culture)

[Principle:  feminine (“LIBERTE — EGALITE — FRATERNITE”)                                          (masculine — masculine — masculine)

Hue: tricolour flag;  the national flag of France]

teaser: “La Liberte eclairant le monde”

“Liberty Enlightening the World”…

STATUE OF LIBERTY

(inscription)

        “Give me your tired, your poor,

         Your huddled masses, yearning to breath free,

         The wretched refuse of your teaming shore,

         Send these, the homeless, tempest, tost to me, I lift my

          lamp beside the golden door.”*

*[Writer: Emma Lazarus]

TITLE:  “The Lady of New York Harbor” 

Originally, conceived to be a lighthouse [in the form of a woman] by her creator/artist and visionary, Frederic Auguste Bartholdi…

the statue completed and assembled in a neighborhood of Paris.  The copper statue, designed by the French sculptor, was intended to be plated in gold…)   built by Gustave Eiffel and dedicated on

October 28, 1886.

And, declared as [to be] a gift [from the people of the Republic of France to the American people… to America…]

“the Alliance of the two Nations in achieving the independence of the United States of America and attests their abiding friendship.”

 

Treatment:

In honor or our French (Franco) Americans (our French Canadians)…                                                  

in honor of  friendship,  culture… 

“LONG LIVE LADY LIBERTY!”

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“LOVE…                                                                                                                                                                Franco- American…  French American — style

🙂 “SHORT SKIRT LONG JACKET”………………………………………………………………………

Cake;  [Writer(s): John McCrea] [Album:  “Comfort Eagle” (Columbia Records 2001)]

(PAIX.)

 

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