Soldier and a Gentleman, A

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soldier_and_gentleman_websiteA complete collection of all articles and stories of less than novel length written by Mundy for the pages of Adventure magazine between 1914 and 1919, including many rarely reprinted or never reprinted works. Collected are the classic "A Soldier and a Gentleman," "The Gentility of Ikey Blumendall," "A Drop or Two of White," plus eight other tales and non-fiction pieces, along with a new introduction.

The Talbot Mundy Library, volume 7.

Included are:

  • A Soldier and a Gentleman (short novel)
  • The Gentility of Ikey Blumendall (novelette)
  • Gulbaz and the Game (short novel)
  • Nothing Doing (as by Walter Galt )
  • MacHassan Ah (novelette)
  • A Temporary Trade in Titles
  • The Dove With a Broken Wing
  • A Drop or Two of White
  • Tucker’s Tongue
  • The Damned Old Nigger
  • Blighty
  • Some Sayings of “Hell-Fire” Smith
  • Letter to The Camp-Fire, February 1914
  • Untitled poem from The Camp-Fire, September 1915
With an introduction by Will Murray.
FIRST TIME IN BOOK FORM.

 


Publisher’s note: These stories are a reflection of the time period and accepted ideals of the era in which they were written. This book contains language and opinions that some readers may find objectionable.

Don't forget to check out our other Talbot Mundy collections, A Transaction In DiamondsIn A Righteous Cause and The Letter of His Orders.

Book Details

Title: A Soldier and a Gentleman
Author: Talbot Mundy
Genre: Adventure
ISBN: 978-1-884449-12-3
Price: $24.95 / Trade paperback / 250 pages
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#1 2011-02-18 18:41
I'm looking forward to this. Let me know when it is available
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