A Rumor of War | Critical Essay by D. Keith Mano

This literature criticism consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis & critique of A Rumor of War.
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Critical Essay by D. Keith Mano

What can be said? This is the hardest review I have ever had to write. Okay: there are three options. I can hang it up now, at sentence four. Or I can tell you that A Rumor of War is the most daunting and significant personal account yet generated by our great dishonor, Vietnam—which Rumor is: full stop: no qualifications—and end my assessment, my responsibility, there. Yes, but would that be enough? Would you read it? Oh, I'd like to have authority over your life. For just this moment. To hit you across the mouth, take your first-born child, invalidate your credit cards, whatever, if you don't read A Rumor of War. Now. I am that sick with passion for this book.

Or, option three, I can tell you what happened to Marine Lieutenant...

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This section contains 601 words
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