5 edition of The Laotian fragments. found in the catalog.
The Laotian fragments.
John Clark Pratt
|LC Classifications||PZ4.P897 Lao, PS3566.R34 Lao|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||245|
|LC Control Number||73002499|
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In Laos is a phantasmal swamp of U.S. interests in conflict: rivals are the State Department, the Pentagon, the Agency The Laotian fragments. book International Development (AID) and the CIA — and meanwhile the Senate is investigating the U.S. commitment in Laos by holding hearings in Washington and sending Senators into the field.
This novel is a jumble of documentary fragments, ""notes, memos, letters, tape. THE LAOTIAN FRAGMENTS. New York: The Viking Press, . Octavo, cloth-backed boards. First edition. A presentation copy with signed inscription by Pratt dated September on the front free endpaper.
Fact thinly disguised as fiction. John Clark Pratt () "served in Vietnam and Laos, where he was awarded the Air Medal and the Bronze Book Edition: First Edition.
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Conrad's book as more than a source of images and ideas. Heart of Darkness is an extended parallel text to The Laotian Fragments, and for a reader aware of Conrad's presence behind the immediate scene, Pratt's novel can evoke a response similar to what one feels watching Apocalypse Now with Conrad in mind: a sense that.
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From tothe United States dropped more than two million tons of ordnance on Laos to disrupt the Ho Chi Minh Trail and try to stanch a Communist insurgency—more than was dropped on all.
JOHN CLARK PRATT served for more than twenty years in the U.S. Air Force. He is a professor of English emeritus at Colorado State University in Fort Collins. His other books include the novel The Laotian : University of Georgia Press.
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The people of Laos have a rich literary tradition dating back at least six hundred years, with the oral and storytelling traditions of its peoples dating back much earlier.
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The Laotian Times, Vientiane, Laos. 22, likes talking about this. The Laotian Times stands apart as the only all-digital, Laos-focused site aimed specifically at English-speaking readers. It Followers: 25K. His Vietnam experience provided the foundation for subsequent landmark publications including The Laotian Fragments (), and Vietnam Voices: Perspectives on the War Years (), which was called “the ‘absolute best’ book on the Vietnam War” and “perhaps the best one-volume introduction to the literature of the war.”.
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Abstract: John Clark Pratt () was a professor and department head of English at Colorado State University. He served in Vietnam as a combat pilot and was part of the English faculty at the Air Force Academy. Pratt is considered the leading scholar on the subject of literature and the Vietnam War and was instrumental in creating the Vietnam War Literature Collection at Morgan Library.
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