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Title

The Lieutenant and Others

Publisher

Hodder and Stoughton

Printer

Hazell, Watson & Viney, Ltd

Year of publication

Place of publication

London

Language

English

Description
English: Scanned copy of the World War I short-story collection The Lieutenant and Others (1915) by Herman Cyril "Sapper" McNeile. Contains the following short stories:
  1. The Lieutenant
  2. The End of Wipers
  3. The Black Sheep
  4. James and the Land Mine
  5. The Sixth Drunk
  6. The Mine
  7. Driver Robert Brown
  8. The Coward
  9. Ebeneezer the Goat
  10. The Pepnotised Milk
  11. "Will You Take Over This Horse, Sir?"
  12. The Aftermath
Source

California Digital Library via the Internet Archive

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