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Tim O'Brien

Fiction

Interviewed by: Karen Rosica

Catalog Number: 19990106

Winner of numerous national and international awards for his fiction about the Vietnam War, Tim O'Brien examines the battle of the sexes in his latest novel, Tomcat in Love. Guest interviewer Karen Rosica talks to O'Brien about his motivations and development as a writer and about this new book, which began as a memoir and deals with life-long obsessions. 

| Subject Matter: The Vietnam War, Battle of the Sexes, Memoir | Interview Year: 1998 | Genre: Fiction |

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