6 edition of Carrying the Darkness: American Indochina found in the catalog.
September 1985 by Avon Books (Mm) .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||288|
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Carrying the darkness: American Indochina: the poetry of the Vietnam War. William Daniel Ehrhart. Avon Books, mostly by Vietnam War veterans, most of which have never been published before.
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This corrected reprint edition of Carrying the Darkness incorporates a number of corrections to the original edition, including accurate texts for John Balaban's “The Dragonfish” and “For Mrs. Cam, Whose Name Means 'Printed Silk'” and for Walter McDonald's “For Kelly, Missing in Action.”.
Those who pay attention to small details will notice also that the subtitle of the anthology. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Associated-names Ehrhart, W.
(William Daniel), Bookplateleaf Boxid IA CameraPages: A second influential anthology of Vietnam War poetry, edited from five thousand submissions by W.D. Ehrhart (image on the left), was aptly called Carrying the Darkness.
While continuing the tone set by the earlier Winning Hearts and Minds, this later collection lifted the literary merit of the offerings a notch or “Guerrilla War,” W.D. Ehrhart, the rebel son of a. Carrying the Darkness: American Indochina–the Poetry of the Vietnam War (). An anthology of Vietnam poetry.
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Ehrhart, was aptly called Carrying the Darkness. While continuing the tone set by the earlier Winning Hearts and Minds, this later collection lifted the literary merit of the offerings a notch or “Guerrilla War,” W.D.
Ehrhart, the rebel son of a minister who had. Carrying the Darkness: American Indochina: The Poetry of the Vietnam War by W.D. Ehrhart(Editor). Carrying the Darkness: The Poetry of the Vietnam War by W.
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It is an unsparing look, by a warm friend of America, at the. Indochina & the American Conscience. the shift in the world balance of power resulting from the American defeat in Indochina may be irreversible even if there should occur a regeneration of American spirit and will. It is difficult to derive much hope from a sober assessment of current international developments.
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