In many ways, this book is as much about stories, or the necessity of stories, as it is about the Vietnam war. According to O'Brien, what do stories accomplish? why does he contiue to tell stories...

In many ways, this book is as much about stories, or the necessity of stories, as it is about the Vietnam war. According to O'Brien, what do stories accomplish? why does he contiue to tell stories about the Vietnam war, about Linda?

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