In the short story “How to Tell a True War Story”, novelist Tim O’Brien asserts that it is not feasible to tell a moral story. He scrutinizes the complicated connection between experiencing the
The Vietnam War was America’s longest and most divisive conflict to date. It helped to define a generation and provoked great soul searching on the part of American youth and elders alike. Even toda
‘The Things they Carried’ by Tim O’Brien kindled great interest in me from the time I started reading it. The pages 1 to 85 of the book describes the different events that took place during the
Introduction In “The Things They Carried” by O’Brien, references are made to the Vietnam War whereby soldiers are considered to have suffered from physical, psychological and emotional burdens.
Introduction In any war, the soldiers get paranoid; they are dispossessed of the sense of justice and morality, once they are part of the war. The solider will never be the same individual again, havi
Tim O’Brien is both the speaker and central character of “The Things They Carried”. The story describes his personal involvement in the Vietnam War and lets him to make an observation on the com