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The Barracks Thief

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The Barracks Thief

The Barracks Thief
First edition (publ. Ecco Press)
Author Tobias Wolff
Genre War stories
Published 1984
Media type Print
Pages 101 pages

The Barracks Thief is a novella by Tobias Wolff, first published in 1984. The story concerns paratroopers in training during the time of the Vietnam war.

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