By Subarno Chattarji
During this distinctive and critical addition to Vietnam reviews, Memories of a misplaced War analyzes the poems written via American veterans, protest poets, and Vietnamese, inside of political, aesthetic, and cultural contexts. Drawing on a wealth of fabric frequently released in small presses and journals, the booklet highlights the horrors of conflict and the continued traumas of veterans in post-Vietnam the USA. In its inclusion of Vietnamese views, the booklet marks a departure from prior works that experience principally targeting Vietnam as a conflict instead of a country.
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