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Title: Michael Herr's Dispatches and Vietnam

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Subject: History
Author: Vincent B
Date: January 6, 2014
Level: University
Grade: A
Length: 3 / 803
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These motion pictures are far removed from the previously produced sentimentalized portrayals of war. Realistic armed conflict jumps off the page, and off the screen in such a way that the audience becomes scared; while also thankful that they will never personally experience the horrors of war. Prior to Vietnam, the American public's view of war was un-authentic...

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Prior to Vietnam, the American public's view of war was un-authentic. War was macho, it was cowboys and Indians brought to life, and where boys became men. Herr's, Dispatches are genuine in that they present the grunts as scared, and unsure if today, tomorrow, or maybe none at all was their day to die...

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