A short wait between trains: an anthology of war stories by American writers
Ernest Hemingway, William Faulkner, James Jones, and Ralph Ellison are among the 22 authors represented in this unique short story collection. From the battlefields of America's Civil War to the jungle combat of Vietnam, these superbly written stories explore the brutal and often mythified experience of war. Simultaneous release in Delacorte hardcover.
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by Ambrose Bierce 18421914?
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