‘Life During Wartime’

The June 12th issue of the New Yorker has seven writers reflecting on ‘life during wartime.’ There’s Neil Sheehan on Vietnam, 1966; Robert Stone on Antarctica, 1958; Roger Angell on New York, 1967; Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on Sierra Leone, 1997; Tony D’Souza on Ivory Coast, 2000; Aleksandar Hemon on Yugoslavia, 1991; and Wendell Steavenson on Iraq 2004.

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