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Dere Mable

Dere Mable by Edward Streeter
By: (1891-1976)

"Dere Mable" by Edward Streeter is a charming and humorous collection of letters written by a young soldier named Bill to his girlfriend Mable during World War I. The letters provide a glimpse into the daily life and thoughts of a soldier, filled with both longing for home and the absurdities of military life.

Streeter's writing captures the language and slang of the era, adding authenticity to the correspondence between Bill and Mable. The letters are not only entertaining and witty, but also showcase the emotional toll that war takes on those fighting on the front lines.

Overall, "Dere Mable" is a poignant and light-hearted read that offers a unique perspective on the experiences of soldiers during World War I. Streeter's witty writing and engaging characters make this book a delightful and enjoyable read for anyone interested in historical fiction or military literature.

Book Description:

Bill is in training camp, preparing to go off to World War I. This book is a collection of love letters written to his sweetheart, Mable. The letters are humorous, mis-spelled, and have many stories of life in an army camp – all from Bill’s unique perspective.

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