ERNIE PYLE IN ENGLAND by Ernie Pyle

ERNIE PYLE IN ENGLAND

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Thoughtful people, loving England, have been wishing that England could find an interpreter who would reach through to the millions. Perhaps we'd overlooked our own favorite reporter to the millions, Ernie Pyle. Perhaps this book, originally issued in 1941 after Ernie Pyle had gone through four months of England at war, reflects his conviction that ""the English seem to me to come off as leaders more nearly perfect than any other nation on earth"". Perhaps the tremendous increase in his reading public since that time will bring fresh readers to this collection of his earlier columns.

Pub Date: April 6th, 1944
Publisher: McBride