Brosman Savage, Catharine. “The Functions of War Literature”. South Central Review. Vol. 9, No. 1, Historicizing Literary Contexts (Spring, 1992), pp. 85-98
This article talks about how this type of war literature is related to Tim O’Brien’s story of “The Things They Carried”. It relates how soldiers use different kinds of items to make themselves fell secure in the time of war. It was very useful because it gives us another point of view in order to what pertains of what is really going on in a war and how our soldiers react to it. It was useful to find other perspectives on how writing about war fiction can have different ways of being written. Chen, Tina. "Unraveling the Deeper Meaning": Exile and the Embodied Poetics of Displacement in Tim O'Brien's "The Things They Carried". Contemporary Literature, Vol. 39,No. 1 (Spring, 1998), pp. 77-98 This article explains how it’s trying to find the deeper meaning of the story “The Things They Carried”. It tries to reveal the author’s point of view of how the war has affected the soldier s and how they are trying to make themselves safe and how most their men are dying by enemy surprise attacks. This article tries to unravel the real meaning of why O’Brien wrote about a war fiction and about soldiers having different things during the war so that they can feel safe and secure. It’s trying to explain why O’Brien writes in way that remarks people about war. Naparsteck, Martin. “An Interview with Tim O’Brien”. Contemporary Literature, Vol 32, No.1 (Spring 1991), pp. 1-11. This article is about an interview with Tim O’Brien and talks about his literacy work and how his point of view of a war has change a few people minds on how a war can change a soldiers life. It talks about how his life work has become famous for his various writings, especially when it comes to fiction about war or action.
Silbergleid, Robin. “Making Things Present: Tim O'Brien's Autobiographical Metafiction”....
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