lesson six       violate in style
a.   The Idaho State Archives in Boise, Idaho
b.   A game of "Go-ban," or oriental chess - Yun Ung-nyeol, Korean Minister of War (left) in his home, Seoul,
     Underwood & Underwood, 1904

c.   Yun Chi Ho and his Father Yun Ung-nyeol, 1881
d.   General Yung Ung-ryeol and his family ca. 1910, National Geographic, July 2003
e.   Yun Chi Ho's family, his wife, two sons and one daugther, 1902
f.    Yun Chi Ho, his mother Lee and his wife Baek [윤치호와 어머니 전주이씨, 삼취 부인 남포백씨], 1907
g.   Few Literary Society Hall, Emory College, Oxford, Newton County, GA
h.   Phi Gamma Literary Society Hall, Emory College, Oxford, Newton County, GA
i.    Lee, Mary Paik, Quiet Odyssey: A Pioneer Korean Woman In America,
      University of Washington Press; Ex-library edition, 1990, p45

j.    Hyun, Peter, In the New World: The Making of A Korean American, University of Hawaii Press, 1995, p157
k.   socially accepted violence (duel): Barry Lyndon, dir. Kubrick, Stanley, 1975
l.    film set in Idaho: My Own Private Idaho, dir. Sant, Gus Van, 1991
m.  Fox and His Friends, dir. Fassbinder, Rainer Werner, 1976
n.   public disciplinary violence: Barry Lyndon, dir. Kubrick, Stanley, 1975
o.   public disciplinary violence: Moonlight, dir. Barry, Jenkins, 2016
p.   distinguished marginal: Paris Is Burning, dir. Livingston, Jennie, 1990
q.   weaker marginal: The Salt Mines, dir. Aikin, Susana, 1990
r.    The Salt Mine viewed from Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY