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Tim O"Brien

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Published by Salem Press in Ipswich, Massachusetts .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Paginationxii, 313p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25661790M
ISBN 109781619254213
LC Control Number2015932114

  Journalist Timothy O’Brien is the author of “TrumpNation: The Art of Being the Donald,” a book that prompted a $5 billion lawsuit from Donald Trump for daring to argue that the real Author: Carlos Lozada. Tim O’Brien’s acclaimed novels include The Things They Carried (an NEA Big Read, which The New York Times said belongs on “the short list of essential fiction about Vietnam”), If I Die in a Combat Zone, In the Lake of the Woods, and Going After Cacciato (which won the National Book Award in fiction), among others. In he was awarded the Pritzker Military Library Literature.


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Tim O’Brien, in full William Timothy O’Brien, (born October 1,Austin, Minnesota, U.S.), American novelist noted for his writings about American soldiers in the Vietnam War. After studying political science at Macalester College, St.

Paul, Minnesota (B.A., ), O’Brien fought in Vietnam. When he returned to the United States, he studied intermittently at Harvard University and.

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Two of his works have become films. A Soldier’s Sweetheart was released in and in a television movie was made of his book ‘In the Lake of the Woods’. O’Brien was born on October 1, in Austin, Minnesota.

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Timothy L. O'Brien (born ) is an American journalist, author and television commentator. 1 Early life and education. 2 Journalism career. 3 Poltical career. 5 External links. Early life and education. Born in Illinois, O'Brien is a graduate of Loyola Academy and Georgetown University, where he studied literature.

He has three master's Occupation: Journalist, author. Tim O'Brien matriculated at Macalester College. Graduation in found him with a BA in political science and a draft notice. O'Brien was against the war but reported for service and was sent to Vietnam with what has been called the "unlucky" Americal division due to its involvement in the My Lai massacre inan event which figures prominently in In the Lake of the Woods/5.

Tim O'Brien was born in Austin, Minnesota October 1, When he was ten, his family, including a younger sister and brother, moved to Worthington, also in southern Minnesota. O'Brien earned his BA in in Political Science from Macalester College, where he was student body president.

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Tim O’Brien is the author of Going After Cacciato, which received the National Book Award in fiction, and The Things They Carried, which received France’s prestigious Prix du Meilleur Livre Etranger and was also a finalist for both the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award.

Going After Cacciato, which won the National Book Award in over John Irving’s The World According to Garp and John Cheever’s Stories, was the account of a platoon forced to chase one of its AWOL soldiers.

Winning the National Book Award solidified O’Brien’s reputation as a masterful writer concerned with the ambiguities of love and.

Tim O’Brien’s Vietnam. The Things They Carried is a collection of interconnected short stories about the experiences of a company of young American men serving in the Vietnam War.

The book blurs the line between fiction and autobiography. Tim O'Brien on Becoming a Parent at 58 An interview with the author on his new book of love letters to his sons. Posted   Ruminations and reminiscences of an author—now in his 70s—about fatherhood, writing, and death. O’Brien (July, July,etc.), who achieved considerable literary fame with both Going After Cacciato () and The Things They Carried (), returns with an eclectic assembly of pieces that grow increasingly valedictory as the idea of mortality creeps in.

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Tim O'Brien will appear in conversation with novelist, short story writer and writing teacher Adrianne Harun.

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The lawsuit was rejected. As part of Dickinson State University's NEA Big Read Grant, "The Things They Carried" author Tim O'Brien came to campus for student workshops and a speech to the : Kayla Henson.

About Tim O’Brien. Tim O’Brien received the National Book Award in Fiction for Going After Cacciato. His novel The Things They Carried won France’s prestigious Prix de Meilleur Livre Étranger and the Chicago Tribune Heartland Prize. His novels In the Lake of the Woods and Tomcat in Love, were national bestsellers.

The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien (Summary and Review) - Minute Book Report - Duration: Minute Book Repo views. TIM O’BRIEN received the National Book Award in fiction for Going After other works include the Pulitzer finalist and a New York Times Book of the Century, The Things They Carried; the acclaimed novels Tomcat in Love and Northern Lights; and the national bestselling memoir If I Die in a Combat novel In the Lake of the Woods received the James Brand: Crown Publishing Group.

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