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Author: Mark P. Taylor
ISBN13: 978-0817351182
Title: The Vietnam War in History, Literature and Film
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Language: English
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Publisher: University Alabama Press; 1st edition (October 22, 2003)
Pages: 176

The Vietnam War in History, Literature and Film by Mark P. Taylor



Mark Taylor offers an interdisciplinary approach to the Vietnam War a popular but complex subject that has been variously discussed by historians, filmmakers, and novelists. After outlining the chronology of events during the Vietnam War, Taylor examin An innovative treatment of key episodes of the Vietnam War clarifies the relationships among history, literature, and film. Mark Taylor offers an interdisciplinary approach to the Vietnam War a popular but complex subject that has been variously discussed by historians, filmmakers, and novelists

The Vietnam War in History, Literature, and Film. Clearly, Taylor is not working in uncharted territory. While the Vietnam War has been the subject of a vast number of texts-historical, fictional, and cinematic-the number of scholars who have grappled with reinterpreting those texts, and with the war itself in relation to those texts, is perhaps nearly as great.

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The Vietnam War in Histor. has been added to your Cart. The organization of this book is original; the approach is interdisciplinary. -Philip D. Beidler, author of American Literature and the Experience of Vietnam. Mark Taylor is Lecturer in American Studies at the University of Hull.

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Taylor's book works nicely as a straightforward discussion of selected aspects of the history, literateure and film of the Vietnam Wa. e provides a strong, well-written, up to date analysis of his individual topic. t deserves wide reading by anyone interested in the Vietnam War or concerned with America's relationship with the rest of the world today.

An innovative treatment of key episodes of the Vietnam War clarifies the relationships among history, literature, and film. Mark Taylor offers an interdisciplinary approach to the Vietnam War a popular but complex subject that has been variously discussed by historians, filmmakers, and novelists.

The Vietnam War in History, Literature, and Film. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2003. E-mail Citation . Studies the Vietnam War through the lens of the novel, memoir, history, film, and journalism. Focuses on key events of the war and the portrayal of returning veterans and analyzes the complex nature of the true war story. Readable for students. back to top. Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content on this page.

Mark Taylor, The Vietnam War in History, Literature and Film (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2003) . 16. 1. Christopher Donovan, Postmodern Counternarratives Irony and Audience in the Novels of Paul Auster, Don Delillo, Charles Johnson and Tim O'Brien (New York: Routledge, 2005) . Philip K. Jason, Acts and shadows: the Vietnam War in American literary culture (Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publisher, 2000) . 0. 2. Calloway, Catherine, 'How to tell a true war story': Metafiction in 'The Things They Carried. In Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction pp. 249-257 . 49-250.

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An innovative treatment of key episodes of the Vietnam War clarifies the relationships among history, literature, and film.Mark Taylor offers an interdisciplinary approach to the Vietnam War a popular but complex subject that has been variously discussed by historians, filmmakers, and novelists. After outlining the chronology of events during the Vietnam War, Taylor examines five crucial events including the My Lai Massacre, the siege at Khe Sanh, and the homecoming of veterans to explore how "truth" is told in the various tellings. Texts and films examined include The Green Berets, JFK, John Newman's JFK and Vietnam, Dispatches, The Peers Report, The Deerhunter, In the Lake of the Woods, and the Rambo films.