A helping hand ap - I. INTRODUCTION

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I. INTRODUCTION “Rather than forge ahead, Nurmi ran the rest of the race by Duquesne’s side and at the finish line offered the Frenchman first place.” This line shows that the two persons are surprisingly neck-to-neck but  neither one of them wanted to forge ahead. Another surprising thing is that  Nurmi offered Duquesne the first place. This is very surprising considering that  the purpose of playing is to win and give honor to the country. The most important question is why the other person, instead of winning  actually offered the rival to win? The writer of the poem is the Reader’s digest, a  monthly   general-interest   family   magazine   co-founded   in   1922   by   Lila   Bell  Wallace and DeWitt Wallace. The short story is about sportsmanship, gratitude  1
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