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If I Die in a Combat Zone: Box Me Up and Ship Me Home
Over time, Tim O'Brien has used both art and artifice to shape his fictional accounts of Vietnam.
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Last edited by LeadSongDog. May 21, History. By Tim O'Brien.
This is especially true in the U. In a way, this is done to make life in the army easier because their are no women in the majority of their time. During an occupation, the local women have to incur the wrath of men trained to see them as something below human. His personal life and authorship through his military experience, have led to making him one of the most influential war authors to date. He spent his. This story does an amazing job portraying full human emotion that anyone put into a situation would feel, such as heavy guilt, sadness, anger, lack of motivation, perseverance, horror, and false security. All of these are notorious feelings that every soldier back in history, and now still.