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    PDF NEW [Don't Mean Nothing: Short Stories of Vietnam] I just finished this book a couple of weeks ago and I'm still staggering under the weight of so much beauty tragedy and truth Every story is a gem and they are all polished to perfection This is near the very top of my list of best books I've ever read

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    PDF NEW [Don't Mean Nothing: Short Stories of Vietnam] I served as an army operating room nurse in Vietnam from May of 1969 to June of 1970 I joined the army for the money and the travel and because I was naïve and had no idea what I would be getting myself into It was one of the biggest learning experiences of my lifeThe government doesn’t have hard figures for how many women it sent to Vie

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    PDF NEW [Don't Mean Nothing: Short Stories of Vietnam] I had a hard time getting through this book not because of disturbing subject matter or anything like that I was simply bored O'Neill

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    Susan ONeill Ü 1 FREE READ READ & DOWNLOAD ô PLUSPRODUCTIONS.CO Ü Susan ONeill FREE READ Don't Mean Nothing: Short Stories of Vietnam Remember the opening of the television show MASH and the stoic angelic grace with which the nurses ran toward the medevac

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    READ & DOWNLOAD ô PLUSPRODUCTIONS.CO Ü Susan ONeill PDF NEW [Don't Mean Nothing: Short Stories of Vietnam] Susan ONeill Ü 1 FREE READ Interesting reading about three different 'war zones' during the American War in Vietnam from a female's perspective ie a nurse

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    READ & DOWNLOAD ô PLUSPRODUCTIONS.CO Ü Susan ONeill PDF NEW [Don't Mean Nothing: Short Stories of Vietnam] This book is an anthology of short stories about nurses and other medical personnel serving in Vietnam 'Divided' into three sections each in a different part of Vietnam the stories have several characters in common which tie them together as the story of a nurses tour of duty The situations described likely happened to s

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    PDF NEW [Don't Mean Nothing: Short Stories of Vietnam] From the beginning to nearly the end I was mesmerized by these stories and characters linked by three different places in Vietnam The tales were charming others terrifying nearly all sucking me in not allowing me to be anywhere else but exactly where the story put me The last two fell a bit short but those were small blips; overall this collection stands with some of my favorite novels as it feels like a novel not jus

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    PDF NEW [Don't Mean Nothing: Short Stories of Vietnam] Loved this book Had it on my TBR list for a while on the sole basis that it was about Vietnam and at the same time my parents were workinglivingserving in the country I didn't realise until I read the intro that it is fictional but based on a

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    READ & DOWNLOAD ô PLUSPRODUCTIONS.CO Ü Susan ONeill Susan ONeill Ü 1 FREE READ PDF NEW [Don't Mean Nothing: Short Stories of Vietnam] Excellent collection of interrelated short stories think Hemingway's In Our Time or O'Brien's The Things They Carried focusing on a nurse's tour of duty in Vietnam O'Neill is uncompromising in her picture of the costs of the fighting both physically on the wounded American Vietnamese and in a piece that's rare in Vietnam fiction Cambodian and psychically on the men and women in the operating rooms The style matches the material st

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    FREE READ Don't Mean Nothing: Short Stories of Vietnam PDF NEW [Don't Mean Nothing: Short Stories of Vietnam] I don't know why I didn't expect these stories to be as good as they are but Ms O'Neill I apologize This is an excellent collection

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Don't Mean Nothing: Short Stories of Vietnam

FREE READ ☆ Don't Mean Nothing: Short Stories of Vietnam In this debut story collection–the first by a woman who served in Vietnam– Susan O’Neill offers a remarkable unprecedented glimpse into the war from a female perspective All the nurses who served there shared a common bond to attend to the wounded While men were sent to protect America’s interests at any cost nurses were trained to save the lives of anyone–soldier or citizen ally or enemy–who was brought through the hospital doors It was an important distinction in a place where killing was sometimes the only objective And since they were so vastly outnumbered women were both revered a. I just finished this book a couple of weeks ago and I m still staggering under the weight of so much beauty tragedy and truth Every story is a gem and they are all polished to perfection This is near the very top of my list of best books I ve ever read ماجرای فرار ارتشبد قره باغی debut story collection–the first by a woman who served in Vietnam– Susan O’Neill offers a remarkable unprecedented glimpse into the war from a female perspective All the nurses who served there shared a common bond to attend to the wounded While men were sent to protect America’s interests at any cost nurses were trained to save the lives of anyone–soldier or citizen ally or enemy–who was brought through the hospital قصة الأمير حمزة البهلوان doors It was an important 盾の勇者の成り上がり 2 distinction in a place where killing was sometimes the only objective And since they were so vastly outnumbered women were both revered a. I just finished this book a couple of weeks ago and I m still staggering under the weight of so much beauty tragedy and truth Every story is a gem and they are all polished to perfection This is near the very top of my list of best books I ve ever read

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FREE READ ☆ Don't Mean Nothing: Short Stories of Vietnam Nd sexually cravedFor these women and the men among whom they worked and lived a common defense against the awful onslaught of dead and dying wounded and maimed was a feigned indifference the irony of the helpless “ Don’t mean nothing” became their mantra a small bunker in the real war–the war against total mental breakdown Powerful provocative and often wonderfully funny each of these tales offers new and profound insight into how the war in Vietnam forever changed the lives of everyone who served there “Broken Stone” is an astute look at the relinuishing of faith and the sacredness o. Interesting reading about three different war zones during the American War in Vietnam from a female s perspective ie a nurse

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FREE READ ☆ Don't Mean Nothing: Short Stories of Vietnam F sex The tremendously touching “Butch” is a story of love loss and the native casualties of war And the darkly hilarious “Monkey on Our Backs” follows the escapades of a much maligned and detested pet primate who causes one Lieutenant so much grief that she asks a Marine to kill it But like the cat that came back the monkey remains–a reminder that taming a jungle is an exercise in futility A moving contribution by a woman to the literature of Vietnam Don’t Mean Nothing is eye opening and unforgettable Here is a book that enlarges our understanding of the American experience in Vietnam. Loved this book Had it on my TBR list for a while on the sole basis that it was about Vietnam and at the same time my parents were workinglivingserving in the country I didn t realise until I read the intro that it is fictional but based on an American nurses time in Vietnam The basis is very similar to Tim O Brien s books about Vietnam there is a fine line between fiction and the truth and thye best stories have some sort of truth intertwined somewhere The fact that it is fiction takes nothing away from the story being toldIf you liked The Things They Carried then this is similar but from a females perspective of working and living in a war zone Highly recommend it

  • Hardcover
  • 272
  • Don't Mean Nothing: Short Stories of Vietnam
  • Susan ONeill
  • English
  • 03 June 2020
  • 9780345446084