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Tim O'Brien      

Pulitzer Prize Winning Novelist for "The Things They Carried"

Tim O'Brien is an American novelist. His books include the National Book Award-winning "Going After Cacciato" (1978), as well as his debut novel, "If I Die in a Combat Zone, Box Me Up and Ship Me Home" (1973); his most recent novel, "July, July" (2002); and the Pulitzer Prize finalist "The Things They Carried" (1990), a combination novel/short story collection/memoir based on his experiences in the Vietnam War. A special twentieth anniversary edition of "The Things They Carried" was released by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in 2010


Huffington Post Loses Executive Editor Tim O'Brien | Adweek
Arianna's right hand is out at The Huffington Post. Huffington announced today via company memo that Tim O'Brien, executive editor of the online publisher, will  ...
The First Word: Tim O'Brien on life, literature and peace | www ...
Novelist Tim O'Brien tells war stories – and there's nothing moralistic or romantic about 'em.
Pritzker Military Library Literature Award Announced: Tim O'Brien ...
NEW YORK -- A $100000 prize for military writing has been awarded to an author of fiction. Tim O'Brien, known for books such as "The Things They Carried" and ...

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