In studying people of a given era, we often find a certain resonance with them. If you can look beyond their stiff poses, their dated clothing, limited technology, and prejudices, you will find in their letters, diaries and other surviving material hopes, thoughts, and aspirations very similar to our own. They were people just like us. This resonance become apparent when you watch a serious silent movie, ride in a classic car, or listen to certain music going back many decades. All you have to do is tune into it. The basic theme of this story takes a reverse tack: If we can relate to an earlier generation, can someone direct from another time relate to our own?

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