When you give these plays you will not need costumes and you will not need scenery, although you can easily arrange a broadcasting studio if you wish. You will not need to memorize your parts; in fact, it will not be like a real radio broadcast if you do so, and, furthermore, you will not want to, since you will each have a copy of the book in your hands. All you will need to do is to remember that you are taking the part of a radio actor, that you are to read your speeches very distinctly, and that by your voice you will make your audience understand how you feel. In this way you will have the fun of living through some of the great moments of history.
sir, and who wouldn't?
Exactly! I hoped I'd find you a man of sense.
What do you want me to do?
You are sailing for northern Virginia, are you not?
That's the orders.
Where do you expect to make land?
I was looking to make it in the mouth of the Great North River.
Hm--you know, I suppose, that the Dutch West India Company claims all the land bordering on the Great North River.
Why, sir, everybody claims it. That's no matter. King James has proclaimed that all the land that has been settled belongs to them that has settled it; the rest is anybody's. When the company I'm taking gets their plantation settled, the Dutch can't claim the land any longer.
Perhaps not, but your company is not going to land on Dutch territory.
You are going to lose your bearings--
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