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War; or, What happens when one loves one's enemy

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Then he looked in her face, playing softer and softer

WAR

 

OR
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN ONE LOVES ONE'S ENEMY

 

BY

JOHN LUTHER LONG

Author of
MADAME BUTTERFLY
THE FOX-WOMAN, ETC., ETC.

 

ILLUSTRATIONS BY
N. C. WYETH

 

INDIANAPOLIS
THE BOBBS-MERRILL COMPANY
PUBLISHERS


Copyright 1913
The Bobbs-Merrill Company

 

PRESS OF
BRAUNWORTH & CO.
BOOKBINDERS AND PRINTERS
BROOKLYN, N.Y.


To him who loves the woman—
Who loves some one else.
And, to the woman!


CONTENTS

 
CHAPTER PAGE
I When David and Jonathan Fished 1
II What the Tenth Shell at Sumter Caused 11
III What Was Going on in Virginia 16
IV In Lincoln's Pen 20
V About the Love Game 25
VI Under the Plum Trees 43
VII Who Was Lucas Mallory? 57
VIII Dave 66
IX When Evelyn Came 76
X The Picnic 83
XI Of the Change Which Dave Brought 96
XII Dave's Business 106
XIII Were There Unions or Confederates in Harg's Woods? 124
XIV Betsy's Pies Again 129
XV What Was the Tapestry of Penelope? 136
XVI Evelyn's Spool 148
XVII C. S. A. 153
XVIII What Is Greater Than Patriotism? 163
XIX What Jonathan Found to Take Her Place 173
XX More Mystery 192
XXI The Frenzy of Evelyn 198
XXII The Wedding March—To the Pump Trough 213
XXIII Lucas Mallory—At Last 220
XXIV A Favor to Shoot Her 224
XXV Order Number 249 238
XXVI Tankoo 243
XXVII His Share of Glory 255
XXVIII Where Our Club Met 260
XXIX The Last Day 271
XXX The Sacrifice 280
XXXI The Cost—Who Pays 289
XXXII On Dave's Bed 307
XXXIII To the Front 314
XXXIV The Pity of It 330
XXXV Home, Sweet Home 339
XXXVI As Grass of the Field 350
XXXVII The Letter Dave Wrote 354
XXXVIII Peace 361
XXXIX After the Story 364