An odd soldiery the tale of a sojourner ... by Arthur Franklin Fuller

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Published by Anchor Pub. Co. in Fort Worth, Tex .

Written in English

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Pagination155 p.
Number of Pages155
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Open LibraryOL22888309M
OCLC/WorldCa12770991

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Dowell narrates several of Edward's affairs and peccadilloes including his possibly innocent attempt to comfort a crying servant on a train, his affair with the married Maisie Maidan, the one character in the book whose heart problem was unquestionably real, and his bizarre tryst in Monte Carlo and Antibes with a kept woman known as La Dolciquita.

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A sad, heartwrenching tribute to one who had the guts to put his life on the line for the benefit of those he left behind. I worry every day when I hear that another soldier (or several) has fallen, that they are becoming statistics, rather than human beings, as.

An odd soldiery book Good Soldier opens with John Dowell, the narrator, informing the reader that "this is the saddest story [he] ever heard." His story, he explains will be about the nine-year acquaintance that he and his wife Florence had with another couple, Edward and Leonora Ashburnham.

A black sergeant cries out in the night, "They still hate you," then is shot twice and falls dead. Set in at Fort Neal, a segregated army camp in Louisiana, Charles Fuller's forceful 4/5(3).

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John Dowell is married to Florence; Captain Edward Ashburnham is married to Leonora; Florence and Edward are having an affair, with Leonora's knowledge. Paperback. Condition: Very Good.

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A soldier's play by Charles Fuller,Noonday Press edition, in English - 1st ed. The main character of the book is Donal Graeme, who has just finished his training and entered adulthood as a professional soldier.

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