At a glance:
- Author: Ronald Glasser
- First Published: 1971
- Type of Work: Essays/history/psychology
- Time of Work: 1968-1970
- Setting: The United States, Vietnam, and Japan
- Genres: Nonfiction, Essays, History, Psychology
- Subjects: United States or Americans, Doctors, Vietnam War, Lifestyles, Soldiers, Armed forces, Life and death, Japan or Japanese people
Form and Content
As Ronald Glasser notes in his foreword to 365 Days, he arrived at Camp Zama, in Japan, in September of 1968. Educated at The Johns Hopkins University, where he was a Phi Beta Kappa graduate in 1961, and at The Johns Hopkins Medical School, where he completed his M.D. degree in 1965, he undertook three years of specialized training in pediatrics at the University of Minnesota Medical School. With that background, he had expected to be treating the dependent children of those soldiers stationed in Japan. What he encountered, however, was the...
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