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War the Creator

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In "War the Creator" by Frank Gelett Burgess, the author dives deep into the psychological and emotional impacts of war on individuals and society as a whole. Through a series of thought-provoking essays, Burgess explores the various aspects of war - from its origins and causes to its devastating consequences.

The book is an eye-opening and insightful look at the destructive nature of war and the toll it takes on humanity. Burgess does an excellent job of highlighting the futility and senselessness of war, while also offering suggestions for how we can work towards a more peaceful world.

Overall, "War the Creator" is a powerful and thought-provoking read that challenges readers to think critically about the impact of war on our world. Burgess' writing is engaging and informative, making this a must-read for anyone interested in the complexities of warfare and its consequences.

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Gelett Burgess, an American writer, penned this gripping account of the profound change that war caused in a young Frenchman he knew. “Because he was my friend, because he was so lovable, because he suffered much, I want to try to tell the story of a boy who, in two months, became a man. I happened to see him first just before the war began, and not again until after he had been wounded; and the change in him was then so great that I could not rest until I had learned how it had been brought about.” – From War the Creator

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