|Statement||by William Faulkner ; with a preface by Richard Hughes.|
|Contributions||Hughes, Richard, Endicott, Norman (autograph)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, , 326,  p. (p. [2-6] advertisements)|
|Number of Pages||326|
A work of literary modernism influenced by T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land (), William Faulkner’s first novel, Soldiers’ Pay, brings “the lost generation” to Faulkner’s native ground. Soldiers' Pay - Kindle edition by Faulkner, William. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Soldiers' /5(18). Soldier’s Pay is the story of Donald Mahon, a World War I pilot who was shot down and badly injured in the war. Finding quotes in the novel can often help you with your assignment, especially. Soldiers' Pay () About book: Though not as accomplished as his later novels, Soldiers' Pay still has moments of revelation, which reveal Faulkner willing to bend language to get at a feeling."They greeted him with the effusiveness of people who are brought together by invitation yet are not quite certain of themselves and of the spirit of the invitation; in this case the eternal country.
Soldiers Pay and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at 45 rows Soldiers' pay by William Faulkner; 44 editions; First published in ; Subjects: American . A group of soldiers travel by train across the United States in the aftermath of the First World War. One of them is horribly scarred, blind and almost entirely mute. Moved by his condition, a few civilian fellow travellers decided to see him home to Georgia, to a family who believed him dead, and a fiancée who grew tired of waiting. Faulkner’s first novel deals powerfully with lives. Soldiers' Pay book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A group of soldiers travel by train across the United States in the aftermat Pages:
“A deft hand has woven this narrative This book rings true.”—The New York Times. Faulkner’s first novel, Soldiers’ Pay (), is among the most memorable works to emerge from the First World War. Through the story of a wounded veteran’s homecoming, it examines the impact of soldiers’ return from war on the people—particularly the women—who were left behind/5(4). Soldiers pay record book from World War I belonging to Andrew Jensen. Information recorded includes total monthly pay, deductions, net monthly pay, date paid, and the name of the quartermaster making the payment. According to the title page, this book was carried by the soldier for his own records. The book indicates that Jensen's total monthly wages were $, and his net . An 8 page replica of the actual pay book issued to soldiers during World War I. Perfect item for collectors of War Memorabilia or could be used for educational purposes. Trench Warfare in World War Rating: % positive. Soldiers pay book. For use on active service. A Soldier’s Pay Book was the record of how much he earned and how much he was paid. These were not the same thing. The authorities believed that a soldier on active service should not have too much ready money. Most of the earnings were deferred, sometimes until the end of the War.