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Reprinted in part from various periodicals.
|Statement||by Berton Braley.|
|LC Classifications||PS3503.R254 T5 1916|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, , 15-117 p.|
|Number of Pages||117|
|LC Control Number||17000546|
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`The Things They Carried' is a book about the Vietnam war that is both profoundly moving and emotionally devastating. It contains a series of short stories that feature the same characters and locations and follow a rough chronological line. Each story is self contained, but the book flows overall like a novel/5(K).
The Things They Carried is an eye-opening book. Written by Tim OBrien, the book is told from the first person view of an American foot soldier in Vietnam.
It navigates the feelings felt after being drafted, after witnessing death, and the psychological effects of war. The overall theme of the book in confusion and guilt/5. ammunition, along with radios, machine guns, assault rifles and.
grenades With The Things They Carried, Mr. O'Brien has written a. vital, important book—a book that matters not only to the reader. interested in Vietnam, but to anyone interested in the craft of writing as. Michiko Kakutani, New York Times. They make this an annoyingly arty book, hiding more than not behind Hemingwayesque time-signatures and puerile repetitions about war (and memory and everything else, for that matter) being hell and heaven both.
A disappointment. 0; Pub Date: Ma ISBN: Page Count: The Things They Carried () is a collection of linked short stories by American novelist Tim O'Brien, about a platoon of American soldiers fighting on the ground in the Vietnam third book about the war, it is based upon his experiences as a soldier in the 23rd Infantry Division.
O'Brien generally refrains from political debate and discourse regarding the Vietnam : Tim O'Brien.