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Tim O'Brien

Herzog, Tobey C.
Tim O'Brien

Tim O'Brien

Tim O'Brien

Herzog, Tobey C.
49,52€
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Twaynes United States Authors Series Series Editors: Frank Day, Clemson University Joseph M. Flora, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Pattie Cowell, Colorado State University Ruth K. MacDonald A volume in Twaynes Authors Series of literary criticism offers a critical introduction to the life and work of a particular writ...
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Twaynes United States Authors Series Series Editors: Frank Day, Clemson University Joseph M. Flora, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Pattie Cowell, Colorado State University Ruth K. MacDonald A volume in Twaynes Authors Series of literary criticism offers a critical introduction to the life and work of a particular writer, to the history and influence of a literary movement, or to the development of a literary genre. Primarily devoted to critical interpretation and discussion of an authors work, the study not only takes account of major literary trends and important contributions in scholarship and criticism but also provides new critical insights and an original point of view. Authors Series volumes are rooted in the original works themselves and address readers ranging from advanced high school students to university professors. The book suggests to the informed reader new ways of considering a writers work. A reader new to the work under examination will, after reading the Authors Series study, be compelled to turn to the originals, bringing to the reading a basic knowledge and fresh critical perspectives. This concise, accessible study will complement any classroom discussion of Tim O'Brien's writing, literary treatments of the war experience in general, and personal conflicts arising from the Vietnam War in particular. The reader will benefit from the personal nature of this study enhanced through direct interviews with O'Brien.