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Some Melancholy Mishaps In After-the-War Tolerance The Story. What story there is, is tucked away in inconspicuous corners of the book so as not to hamper the author in developing his real theme—post-war Europe. Bertram Pollard is one of those unusually effective majors in the War who find themselves correspondingly unequipped for earning a living after it. Pollard is married to Joyce, patrician to the tips of her fine fingers. But he has other demands on his sympathy—he is half-Irish, one brother-in-law is an Irish revolutionary, later caught and executed, another is...

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