|Publisher:||J. B. Lippincott Company|
|Tags:||fiction, romance, World War I, film/TV adaptation|
A romantic view of the "special relationship" between the US and the UK, involving a voyage on a Cunard liner, a ball at the French Embassy, a top secret military mission and literal entombment in a dugout with attendant starvation and hallucinating. Not to forget a scandalous conception. A superfluity of emotion, for those with strong stomachs...
The book was made into a silent movie directed by Charles Brabin (unrelated to 2017 film). [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Glyn, Elinor
Elinor Glyn (1864-1943) was an English writer. She wrote romantic novels many of which were sensational in nature, including her best known "Three Weeks" which features an erotic passage that takes place in Venice on a tiger skin rug. Many of her books were adapted for film during the silent movie era. (Oxford Companion to English Literature)
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