Three Days and Two Nights

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This novel of the Vietnam War examines the effects of prolonged stress on individuals and groups. The narrative, which is told from the points of view of four widely different characters, follows an infantry company through three days and two nights of combat on a small island off the coast of the northern I Corps military region. The story's principal themes are the loss of communication that contributes to and is caused by the background of chaos that arises from combat; the effect of brutal warfare on the individual spirit; and the way groups reorganize themselves to cope with the ... continued below

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iii, 273 leaves : ill.

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Lewis, Jay B. August 1978.

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This novel of the Vietnam War examines the effects of prolonged stress on individuals and groups. The narrative, which is told from the points of view of four widely different characters, follows an infantry company through three days and two nights of combat on a small island off the coast of the northern I Corps military region. The story's principal themes are the loss of communication that contributes to and is caused by the background of chaos that arises from combat; the effect of brutal warfare on the individual spirit; and the way groups reorganize themselves to cope with the confusion of the battlefield. The thesis includes an explication of the novel, explaining some of the technical details of its production.

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iii, 273 leaves : ill.

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Lewis, Jay B. Three Days and Two Nights, thesis, August 1978; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc504489/: accessed December 12, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .