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When the war is over, literature can help us make sense of it all

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From poetry to memoir, literature can help us come to grips with the chaotic nature of conflict.

An soldier collapses with grief after his buddy dies, and is comforted, at Haktong-ni during the Korean War, 28 August 1950. Photo by Al Chang / US National Archives. 

Matthew McGuire

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