ww1ha recently read and reviewed At The Front In A Flivver by William Yorke Stevenson for the WWI Reading Challenge in 2012. Here’s an excerpt:
It’s not fair to Stevenson to paint him as a carefree lightweight who blundered naively into war and had to grow up. His writing is casual, but only because he doesn’t want a lot of fuss. And like most of the American volunteers, his admiration is all for the troops and none for himself.
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