Books: Two Views of War

THE WARRIORS (242 pp.)—A Glenn Gray—Harcourt, Brace ($3.95).

WAR Is A PRIVATE AFFAIR (192 pp.) —Edmund G. Love—Harcourt, Brace ($3.75).

There is no evidence that 2nd Lieut. Glenn Gray and Major Edmund Love ever met during World War II. Gray, now philosophy professor at Colorado College, served as a counterintelligence operative in the European theater, while Love, now a professional writer (Subways Are for Sleeping), served in the Pacific as an Army historian. But if they had met, the conversation might have gone something like this:

Lieut. Gray: The bare, cold, prophetic words...

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