What events or aspects of the Vietnam War does the work reflect?

Before answering the questions, name or describe the work in question (give a title), the author or director, the country and date of the original publication, and, if applicable, the country and date of the translation. It should take you at least 5 pages (double-spaced) to answer these questions. If the work was published or produced in Vietnam during the war, be sure to indicate if it was the Republic of Vietnam or the Democratic Republic of Vietnam.(1) Provide basic biographical information on the life and career of the author/filmmaker. When and where was s/he born? (If appropriate, when did s/he die?) Where has the author lived? What is the author’s relationship to the Vietnam War? (If there is little information available about the author, just state that.)(2) What is the plot or narrative? When and where does it take place? This section should be no more than one full page.(3) What events or aspects of the Vietnam War does the work reflect? Alternatively, does the work explore the experience of a specific group or groups? Please identify and explain the events or aspects or specific group, and provide specific examples from the text.(4) What seems to be the intended meaning of the text in relation to the Vietnam War or its aftermath? In other words, what does the author want us to understand about the conflict? Support your answer with evidence from the text.(5) What is the latent (unintended) meaning of the text? In other words, what does the author/creator leave out of the narrative politically and historically? This is an opportunity for you to consider what is missing and why these omissions matter within the context of the course.