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Short Story "Cycle"
Short Story "Cycle"
In this short story, an American soldier named Taylor is shot and killed after enduring torture in an unspecified Asian POW camp. Taylor is reincarnated multiple times before the story of his shooting is told, in which a military commander named Tai-Lee demands Taylor's death. Fictional locations such as Jeu-Piong, Zi-Zheng, and Peuo are mentioned, but the country that the story takes place in is never specified, nor is the conflict.
Fowler, Jeff. "Cycle." The Messenger (Spring 1990): 9-14. Available online via the UR Scholarship Repository.
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Fowler, Jeff, “Short Story "Cycle",” Race & Racism at the University of Richmond, accessed November 22, 2019, http://memory.richmond.edu/items/show/3284.