Fighting France: From Dunkerque to Belport

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Originally published in 1915, Fighting France: From Dunkerque to Belport is a collection of Wharton's war journalism that initially appeared singularly in Scribners Magazine. A committed Francophile, Wharton had moved to France on the break-up of her marriage and when the war came she did what she could to support the country's struggles, predominantly through charity work for the Red Cross but also in writing. In these articles, Wharton, though writing at times in an overtly dramatic fashion – she was a novelist after all – doesn't blink from describing the hellish nature of the conflict and the consequent suffering of the French soldier. If she had a purpose other than offering her assistance through her charity work, it was to bring the war to the attentions of the American public.
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November 21, 2013
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