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Posts tagged William March

No one reads William March

[READER SUBMISSION…sorry I lost track of his name!]

I have been researching and writing about William March for around 4 years now, but no one else even knows he exists (outside of the Bad Seed film mostly).  His WWI anti-war novel “Company K” was hailed as one of the finest war novels ever written (by Graham Greene, nonetheless), but he has faded into obscurity.  I authored his wikipedia page, as there was none to be found when I went searching…I find it quite depressing that someone who was heralded as “the unrecognized genius of our time” would simply cease to be relevant.

William March’s wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_March