I Sank Roger Kimball was a memoir by Sylvia Enos (ghostwritten by "Ernie") that told the story of how Mrs. Enos avenged her husband, American sailor George Enos, whose ship was illegally sunk by Confederate submersible commander Roger Kimball after the end of the Great War. The book sold briskly throughout the United States, Canada, and Quebec during the 1920s. As one might expect, it did less well in the Confederate States.
The Quebecois translation of the book was dramatized for radio in the mid 1930s. "Ernie's" terse, to-the-point sentences did not translate very well into French. Lucien Galtier listened to this drama, and found the wording to be very choppy and confusing.
- The Center Cannot Hold, p. 492, HC.