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A piece from a 1915 VANITY FAIR in which the writer extols the virtues of Howard Copeland (an American psychologist and ambulance volunteer in Frabce), Gertrude Aldrich (author of an Atlantic essay titled, Little House on the Marne), Cardinal Mercier (author of the Great Belgian Pastoral) and W.F. Bailey (authored a paper concerning the war in Northeastern Europe). These writers are preferred to the usually celebrated ink-slingers like Hellaire Belloc, Rudyard Kipling, Anatole France, and Arnold Bennett who are all compared to amateur recruiting sergeants in support of the War.

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Good and Bad Writing About World War I (Vanity Fair, 1915)

Good and Bad Writing About World War I (Vanity Fair, 1915)

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