The Marne, Edith Wharton (1918)

"Whither thou goest will I go, thy people shall be my people…” Yes, France was the Naomi-country that had but to beckon, and her children rose and came. Edith Wharton had been living in France for many years when WWI began. Like many in Europe, Wharton was frustrated and angry at America's reluctance to enter …

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Rilla of Ingleside, L.M. Montgomery (1921)

My Edition: Title: Rilla of Ingleside Author: L.M. Montgomery Publisher: Bantam Books Year: 1987, text of the original 1921 edition Pages: 277 For a plot summary.   “Before this war is over, every man and woman and child in Canada will feel it—you, Mary, will feel it—feel it to your heart’s core. You will weep …

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