Penguin Group (Canada), 2002 - 224 pages
In 1915, Robert Ross, a young Canadian, enlists in the army as an officer. His experiences of life in a training camp, of the trenches in Europe, and with death are vividly told.
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A short but heavy book about one man's experience in World War I. Horses (and animals in general) are a significant motif. I really enjoyed the narrative style, second person POV, as though the reader ... Consulter l'avis complet