|His groin and abdomen were torn on the left side. The wound, and the stretcher on which he lay, supported a mass of dark, coagulated blood that looked like a great cows liver.|
|One of Ours, Book Five, XI|
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- One of Ours. 1922.
Pulitzer Prizewinning novel of a Midwestern Americans journey to the front of World War I.