Unhappy Far-Off Things
Heir to one of the most important lines of the Irish aristocracy, Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett (better known as Lord Dunsany) was a prolific writer who made his mark in a number of different literary genres. In this collection of anecdotes and sketches, Dunsany reflects on his time in battle and offers insight into the lasting impact of war.
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