That Lousy War: Explaining Vietnam
- If You Knew Him, Please Write Me: Novels about the War in Vietnam. Farish, Terry // School Library Journal;Nov88, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p52
Focuses on novels about the Vietnam War. 'Park's Quest,' by Katherine Paterson; 'Caribou,' by Meg Wolitzer; 'Charlie Pippin'; 'A Blue-Eyed Daisy,' by Cynthia Rylant; 'If I Die in a Combat Zone,' by Tim O'Brien; 'Where the Elf King Sings,' by Judie Wolkoff.
- IN LOVE & WAR: VIETNAM memories. Young, Perry Deane // Advocate;7/9/85, Issue 424, p28
Describes the author's homosexual experiences during his participation in the Vietnam War. Comments of author about available literary works on homosexuality in the Vietnam War; Experience of the author in Saigon.
- A BIG THANK YOU. Lorimer, Nicole // Guideposts;Nov2007, Vol. 62 Issue 9, p46
This article focuses on Nicholas Rider, author of "America's True Heroes," a book about the personal experiences of World War II veterans. Since the book's publication, Nicholas has appeared on local radio stations and at books signings and even received a thank-you letter from U.S. President...
- VIETNAM WAR STRATEGY-ILLUSIONS AND HINDSIGHT SPECULATION. Spencer Robinson, L. // Review of Management Innovation & Creativity;Fall2013, Vol. 6 Issue 20, p20
The following paper was cut by over 3,000 words and now is around 8,000 words. Much of the research used in it, was researched for an article project, "Did Stalemate Equal Victory? From the Korean to the Vietnam Wars" (American Diplomacy, University of North Carolina, November 16, 2011). I...
- Correspondence. Sylvester, Arthur; Fall, Bernard B.; Viel, Hughes; Atkinson, David B.; Kluger, Richard; Brustein, Robert; Barth, Alan; Becker, James F. // New Republic;11/13/65, Vol. 153 Issue 20, p32
Presents letters to the editor referencing articles and topics discussed in previous issues. "Vietnam Blitz--A Report on the Impersonal War,' which focused on charges against the U.S. military for unnecessary brutality in Vietnam; "Who's Killing the Novel?," which commented on the American...
- Larry Brown's Dirty Work: Telling the Truth About the Vietnam War Through Fiction. ALLAWAT, DAN // War, Literature & the Arts: An International Journal of the Huma;2013, Vol. 25, p1
A literary criticism of the book "Dirty Work," by Larry Brown is presented. It discusses the success of Brown in telling the truth about the Vietnam War in the book, the categories into which the stories in the book fall and the difference of Brown's book from other fictional books about the...
- Carte Blanche: Of Headaches and History. Cart, Michael // Booklist;4/15/2009, Vol. 105 Issue 16, p36
The author discusses historical fiction for young adults, noting that the term is a relative one. The question of where to draw the line between historical and contemporary settings is addressed. It is suggested that novels for young adults which are set during the Vietnam War would count as...
- BRIEFLY NOTED. // New Yorker;8/18/86, Vol. 62 Issue 26, p74
Reviews the book "The Embassy House," by Nicholas Proffitt.
- Vietnam. Rice, Bert L. // Officer Review Magazine;Jan2005, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p4
Relates a U.S. soldier's experience while assigned in separate tours of duty during the Vietnam war. Assignment and missions of units; Machines and equipments used; Communication between soldiers, families and friends.