11 edition of Don"t mean nothing found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PS3615.N45 D66 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 252 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||252|
|LC Control Number||2001043878|
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A collection of interlinked stories offer a look at the Vietnam war from a female perspective. For the nurses there, "don't mean nothing" became the mantra of a feigned indifference. Description. Susan O’Neill’s Don’t Mean Nothing, a powerful story collection now in a Serving House Books edition after initial publication by Ballantine Books and then the University of Massachusetts Press, is the first work of fiction by a woman wno served in Viet Nam, revealing much about that war from a fresh and original perspective.. Author Information.
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"Don’t mean nothing" Vietnam war nurse Susan O’Neill says is: “ an all purpose rallying cry, a sarcastic admission of ‘cool,’ lonely, irony, agony, bitterness, frustration, resignation, and despair.” So she conjures a fictional memoir of her experiences in Phu Bai, Chu Lai, and Cu Chi/5(28).
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With the assistance of alcohol, drugs, and casual sex, "Don't mean nothing" became their mantra, a means of coping with the other war―the war against total mental breakdown. Each or these tales offers new and profound insight into the ways the war in Vietnam forever changed the lives of everyone who served by: 3.
Don't Mean Nothing: Short Stories of Vietnam. In this powerful story collection -- the first such work of fiction by a woman who served in Vietnam -- Susan O'Neill offers a remarkable view of the war from a female perspective. All the nurses who served there had /5. There it is, and It don’t mean nothin' are two phrases the grunts used to describe their situation in Vietnam.
The first covered the insanity, and the second, the the request of his daughters, Charles Hensler set out to write a brief summary of his time in Vietnam/5().
There it is, and It don’t mean nothin' are two phrases the grunts used to describe their situation in Vietnam. The first covered the insanity, and the second, the result. At the request of his daughters, Charles Hensler set out to write a brief summary of his time in Vietnam/5().
There it is, and It dont mean nothin' are two phrases the grunts used to describe their situation in Vietnam.
The first covered the insanity, and the second, the result. At the request of his daughters, Charles Hensler set out to write a brief summary of his time in Vietnam/5. The phrase “Fuck it, It don’t mean nothin’” was a popular one with the troops in Vietnam.
They used it on almost a daily basis, in just about every context imaginable. It was a catch-all idiom that covered almost every situation and contingency, and it was a grunt’s normal response to unwanted, unwelcome, or unexpected.
What is "It don't mean nothing". By Randall Connell Octo at In some of the Vietnam War movies I have heard the term "It don't mean nothing".Was this actually said by the men in the war, and could someone tell about it and how it came into existence?Thanks.
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In this powerful story collection—the first such work of fiction by a woman who served in Vietnam—Susan O'Neill offers a remarkable view of the war from a female perspective. All the nurses who served there had a common bond: to attend to the wounded. Note: If you're looking for a free download links of Don’t Mean Nothing Pdf, epub, docx and torrent then this site is not for you.
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Powerful, provocative, and often wonderfully funny, each of these tales offers new and profound insight into how the war in Vietnam forever changed the lives of everyone who served there. An epic novel using music as a background, Do Not Say We Have Nothing follows three generations of Chinese revolutionaries to detail ho My endless quest to discover quality books written by women of color from around the globe has lead me to the writing of Madeleine Thien/5(K).
Don’t Mean Nothin: Vietnam War Stories by John Mort | Books in Review. John Mort served with the First Cavalry Division as a point man and RTO in Vietnam in Five of the dozen stories in his latest book, Don’t Mean Nothin: Vietnam War Stories (Stockton Lake, pp., $, paper) previously appeared in his book TANKS.
So it don't mean nothing, see. You couldn't remember it anyways. I seen it over an' over- a guy talkin' to another guy and it don't make no difference if he don't hear or understand. Don't mean nothing is actually a term that, along with other expressions, had meaning to those who were "in country" in Vietnam.
That the war haunted so many who participated in it is shown by the fact that O'Neill waited 30 years to give voice to her feelings in these stories."—Booklist.
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[Susan O'Neill] -- A collection of short fiction offers a glimpse inside the Vietnam War and how it changed so many lives from a female perspective, in such works as "One Positive Thing," "Broken Stone," and "Butch.". Get this from a library!
Don't mean nothing: short stories of Vietnam. [Susan O'Neill] -- In this debut story collection, the first by a woman who served in Vietnam, Susan O'Neill offers a remarkable, unprecedented glimpse into the war from a female perspective.Coined by G.I.'s in Vietnam. A reverse coping expression indicating that it means everything and I'm about to lose it.
Usually used to dismiss witnessing or experiencing something so horrific that it can't be comprehended by the psyche. Alternately used as an expression of relief that one has avoided being killed even if they are injured or maimed.DON’T MEAN NOTHING.
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