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Three Cheers for Me: The Journals of Bartholomew Bandy, R.F.C. (1962 version)
About the Author
Donald Jack won the Leacock medal for humour three times for volumes of his popular Bandy Papers series. He served in the RAF from 1943-1947, later moving to Canada in 1951. In addition to the Bandy Papers -- one of the best-loved series in Canadian Literature --he has written a history of medicine in Canada, and numerous scripts for films, radio, and the stage. For more about Jack and the Bandy Papers, visit the Bandy website.
“Fighting for King and Country and the Archbishop was a glorious thought. I felt full of patriotism and divine fervour, fighting for God and His victory against the barbaric Teutonic hordes who had been bayonetting Belgian babies steadily since 1914 according to the newspapers. I prayed, not for victory, for with God on our side that was assured, but that I might remain strong in my faith. I had had cause of late to reproach myself severely for slight waverings of devotion. These waverings, for some reason, almost invariably occurred in church.”
- Lt. Bartholomew Bandy, 1916
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Winner of the Leacock Medal for Humour, this original unrevised 1962 version of Donald Jack’s classic Three Cheers for Me is available again for the first time in fifty years.