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Herr, Michael. Dispatches (1977). A highly personal, dramatic narrative, written by a journalist who was sent to Vietnam with the assignment of writing a monthly column from there. Eric Schroeder, in his book of interviews with American writers, Vietnam, We've All Been There, called it "the best book written about Vietnam"

Rabe's Sticks and Bones (1971), which focuses on the painful homecoming of David, a blinded and embittered Vietnam veteran David's family is unable to sympathize with his experience, a symbolic presentation by Rabe of American society's refusal to acknowledge the horrors of the war.

Rabe's Streamers (1976), considered by many critics to be Rabe's most accomplished play. It is often grouped together with Rabe's Pavlo Hummel and Sticks and Bones as his "Vietnam Trilogy." The entire play takes place in an army barracks where troops await transport to Vietnam. Three soldiers—two white, one black&mdash...

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