Letters and Diary of Alan Seeger

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LETTERS AND DIARY OF ALAN SEEGER

Jeune légionnaire, enthousiaste et énergique, aimant passionnément la France. Engagé volontaire an début des hostilités, a fait preuve au cours de la campagne d'un entrain et d'un courage admirables.--Glorieusement tombê le 4 juillet 1916.

(Citation à l'ordre du jour de la Division du Maroc, 25 décembre 1916.)

NEW YORK CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS MCMXVII

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Prefatory Note v
  • Contents ix
  • I - September 27-December 4, 1914 1
  • II - December 8, 1914 26
  • III - December 14,1914-January 11, 1915 42
  • IV - February 5, 1915 55
  • V - February 17-March 24, 1915 70
  • VI - April 15-April 28, 1915 83
  • VII - May 10-June 15, 1915 102
  • VIII - June 18-August 8, 1915 119
  • IX - August 10-September 24, 1915 145
  • X - October 4, 1915-April 18, 1916 164
  • XI - May 12-June 28, 1916 192
  • XII - Conclusion 212
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