Swimming in and out of consciousness, American soldier Joe Bonham comes to realize that he’s been wounded in a mortar attack. As he pushes through memories and perplexing dreams, he becomes aware of the full extent of his horrifying injuries. Written in the 1930s about the horrors of the First World War, Johnny Got His Gun was the most influential protest novel of the Vietnam War, and remains compelling and unforgettable, an unflinching account of the human cost of conflict.
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