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  • Author:
    Charley Trujillo
  • ISBN:
    096245365X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0962453656
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  • Publisher:
    Chusma House Pubns (September 1, 1994)
  • Pages:
    199 pages
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  • Rating:
    4.9
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Charley Trujillo had a difficult time on his arrival back to America The book has also been successful in the popular literature market. He also wrote Dogs From Illusion, another Viet Nam war novel.

Charley Trujillo had a difficult time on his arrival back to America. The first thing Charley did when coming out of the military was go to church and light a candle for his then, recently deceased grandmother and gave thanks. He was then bed ridden with malaria three different times. The book has also been successful in the popular literature market. He later moved on developing a movie version of his book.

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Dogs From Illusion book. Viet Nam war novel on the Chicano war experience. Details (if other): Cancel.

ISBN 10: 096245365X ISBN 13: 9780962453656.

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Trujillo's novel, Dogs from Illusion, is another book that should be read in classes on the wa. I even spoke to Charley Trujillo over the phone. I thanked him for including us Puerto Rican American soldiers in his book

Trujillo's novel, Dogs from Illusion, is another book that should be read in classes on the war. Soldados stands as a precursor to Lea Ybarra's forthcoming oral history of Chicano veterans (Too Many Heroes, University of Texas Press). Orale, Charley, y mil gracias carnal. I thanked him for including us Puerto Rican American soldiers in his book. I truly enjoyed the read and I thank Charley again for telling it the way it was.

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Viet Nam war novel on the Chicano war experience

Gavidor
Books don't often change your state of mind. Dogs from Illusion sort of sends a jolt down your spine, especially if you Hispanic, like I am, and alters the way you think about war. Any war.
It is a fiction story, yes, but its a story created and inspired by the true stories of other soldiers (see "Soldados Chicanos in Vietnam" by Trujillo) and what they expirienced, and its like nothing you've read. The simplicity Trujillo uses to describe and explain what the three friends in Dogs From Illusion experience is absolutely amazing because its so shocking and horrific and creates such a vivid image in your mind that you will never forget what you read.
All the characters he creates are beyond frightening and way beyond disturbing, but half the violent acts they commit seem forgivable after you read what happens to them: Platoons having to eat rats because supply crats were dropped on the wrong side of the river by cargo planes; Friends taking turns in torturing a captured VC, laughing as they release the VC's intestines to the floor; the reluctancy of most grunts to take point and the insanity of those very few who volunteer; Learning what a grunt is =]; The utter depression of losing one of you comrades.
It goes on, but I can't really describe it. Buy the book, borrow it, just find a way to read the book and I garuntee you will benefit from the story it has to tell. No book has ever affected me as much as this one and I mean that sincerely.
porosh
This book is a MUST read for any "Chicano" veteran! It also transcends the "Hispanic", "Latino" experience with the rite of passage associated with serving in the Military. This book would be revelant to Granada, the Gulf war and even Kosovo! Written in English with sprinkles of "Spanglish". Spanglish is footnoted with English translations. This book takes the reader on a journey not to be soon forgotten. A journey from a migrant community to the Hell of War. It culminates with a worse Hell upon the journey back "HOME". Once you start reading this book you will NOT want to put it down! Charlie Trujillo get 5 stars for this powerful reading experience.