- Tim O'Brien Author "The Things" They Carried"
- The Things They Carried - NEA B Read
- Tim O'Brien's "The Things They Carried" Postmodern Fiction for a.
- How to tell a true war story' Metafiction in 'The
Tim O'Brien Author "The Things" They Carried"
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The Things They Carried - NEA B Read
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Tim O'Brien's "The Things They Carried" Postmodern Fiction for a.
The Things They Carried is a collection of linked short stories by Tim O'Brien, about a platoon of American soldiers in the Vietnam War.
How to tell a true war story' Metafiction in 'The
36, Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction, June, 1995, pp 249 ff. Tim O'Brien's most recent book, The Things They Carried, begins with a litany of items that the soldiers "hump" in the Vietnam War - assorted weapons, dog tags, flak jackets, ear plugs, carettes, insect repellent, letters, can openers, C-rations, jungle boots, maps, medical supplies, and explosives as well as memories, reputations, and personal histories. to end" (83), stories that are "beyond telling" (79), and stories "that swirl back and forth across the border between trivia and bedlam, the mad and the mundane" (101).
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Rating: 91 / 100
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