We Will Not Be Strangers: Korean War Letters between a M.A.S.H Surgeon and His Wife
In the first war Americans didn't care to understand, a young M.A.S.H. surgeon finds himself in a dusty hospital tent on the Korean front. He and his new wife back in Manhattan exchange daily letters in which they express the timeless urgency of young love and a mutual contempt for war. Even though their day-to-day lives offer stark contrast, his spent in a blood-smeared a...more
Hardcover, 320 pages
Published May 1st 1997 by University of Illinois Press
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