OUR fellows look very calm in battle. I never saw any of their faces break all up the way an actor's does, or go into sculptured lines of resolve, or anything like that. They're just there doing a job with this gun or that, or in a hole somewhere, and that's the way they look, like fellows preoccupied with a job and wrinkling up their brows over it.
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