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  1. Can fiction capture the Iraq war?

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      Bobby Henline, Iraq veteran and sole survivor of an IED blast in 2007: recent novels have dealt with the painful return home from war ©PETER VAN AGTMAEL/MAGNUM PHOTOS In the decade since the invasion of Iraq, the most widely read and highly regarded books on the war have been written...

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