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I have listened to this book again and feel guilty for the review
i posted a year ago after listening to it the first time. I was narrowe minded and missed the true meaning of this girls struggle through the war years. I was expecting detailed military accounts of the war in the tunnells but that is not what this DIARY is about. I listened this time trying to see events with her eyes and i did get a lot more out of the story and like to apoligise to Dang Thuy Tram for my previous selfish review, and hopefully she rests in peace.
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Absent was any serious introspection into the war and her part in it. To her, the South Vietnamese were traitors and the Americans were bloodthirsty monsters. The rest is about her communist dogma and admiration for her fighting brethren. She wrote her diary as if she were afraid some communist commissar would read it.
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