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Narratives of the Vietnam War by Korean and American Writers

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This book explores diverse cultural issues of the Vietnam War, including body, race, gender, and nation, based on the experiences of Koreans and Americans. In contrast with American writers such as Tim O'Brien, Michael Herr, Gustav Hasford, Joan Didion, Jayne Anne Phillips, and Bobbie Ann Mason, who focus primarily on how Americans perceived the war and its affect on American society, three Korean writers, Hwang Suk-young, Park Young-han, and Ahn Junghyo, testify that the war also played a crucial role in changing Korean ...

Narratives of the Vietnam War by Korean and American Writers 2007, Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers, New York

ISBN-13: 9780820486154

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