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Come in at the Door Hardcover – 1934


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“William March is one of the world’s classic modern writers, a whole ionosphere above Faulkner, and the unrecognized genius of our time.”
—Alistair Cooke, A William March Omnibus


“The outstanding virtues of March’s work are those of complete lack of sentimentality and routine romanticism, of a dramatic gift constantly heightened and sharpened by eloquence of understatement.”
New York Times
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About the Author

William Edward Campbell, known to the literary world as William March, was born in 1893 in Mobile. He experienced a conventional southern childhood in the small towns of Alabama and the Florida Panhandle. After some years of studying law at the University of Alabama and later at Valparaiso University, March enlisted in the US Marine Corps and saw action in some of its hardest campaigning in World War I in France. As a result of his actions specifically during an assault on Blanc Mont, March received the French Croix de Guerre and both the Distinguished Service Cross and the Navy Cross for valor. After the war, he authored Company K, whose success allowed him to devote himself to writing a large body of short stories, and a series of remarkable novels. 
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