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The American novelist Edith Wharton was living in Paris when war broke out in 1914. In the months that followed, she was one of the few foreigners allowed to travel to the front lines. Always driven to investigate as much as possible, whether in sordid hospitals or, remarkably, on the front line itself, Wharton documented her experiences in this series of six articles. From the Great Writers on the Great War series.