An interesting essay written as a comment to the outbreak of World War I. The essay was originally written only six months after the outbreak of the war. the translation into English was made by Abraham Arden Brill and Alfred B. Kuttner.
When Guy Sigley isn't running around in his full-time job as a small business manager (a.k.a. stay-at-home dad), he writes stories about a guy called Barney. As our author of the day, we chat to Sigley about his book, how much he has in common with Barney and what it takes to write successful comedy.