Yancey's War

Yancey's War

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Declared the qbest novel of the yearq by the Cleveland Press when first published in 1966, Yancey's War is the story of ordinary men in an extraordinary off-the-main-track war. Marvin Yancey -- short, fat, over forty, sloppy, sycophantic, cowardly -- is the most unlikely recruit at a Virginia training camp during World War II. He is called a bootlicker and a toady to the army system, which he is, and all the men in his platoon find him disgusting. Yancey's upset of well-planned military maneuvers by overseeing a party that becomes an orgy and by spinning a laundry unit askew are some the novel's funniest moments. In the end, this pocket-size Falstaff finds himself in actual combat across the ocean -- quivering, frightened, jelly-like -- blundering his way to an irritating act of heroism.aquot;Then wea#39;ll keep throwing them at intervals until morning. We want ... Black Hatfield quickly tossed the bottle into the street at the front of the house. It burst ... Fire licked around the fenders of a jeep which had a blackened red-light- siren on it.


Title:Yancey's War
Author: William Hoffman
Publisher:LSU Press - 1966
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