Review: ‘HOW TO TELL A TRUE WAR STORY’ by Tim O’Brien

Ardent Reader recently reviewed a short story from a collection, Postmodern American Fiction.  Here’s a snippet of the review:

Half is told from O’Brien’s point of view as a solder; the other half is from years later when he’s become a storyteller.  . . . Essentially, O’Brien says a storyteller must have the ability to shape their listeners’ experiences and opinions and get people to believe what they have to say.

Check out the full review.

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