1919, Warren's Leave

Posted by Joel Heck on Tuesday, July 28, 2015
This edition of "Chronologically Lewis" adds about 6,000 words and ten pages to the previous edition. It especially contains information from Warren's diary in 1919 between June 9 and August 25. That section includes a one-month leave from Warren's service in the RASC in France and Belgium, part of which was some significant time with Jack in Oxford and Belfast. That time in Belfast includes a "battle royal" (in Warren's words) on August 8 between Jack and his father over Jack's finances. In addition, I have just completed a rereading of the first one hundred pages, looking for accuracy, readability, and completeness. When Jack visits an Aunt in Larne, for example, I corrected it to say Aunt Agnes in Larne Harbor. Good reading!


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