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I <3 Vonnegut! (1 Viewer)

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debatertwig67

Read Kurt Vonnegut. He rules. :mrgreen: Go now and get all of his books. GO!

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Vixen

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Sorry, but who is this Vonnegurt and what does he write? Give me a good reason, and I'll go to alibrary and look him up...
 

strangedaze

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Vonnegut is a good writer who deals with poignant themes, but his writing style can be a bit too conversational at times for my tastes. I read "Slaughterhouse Five" and "Cats Cradle" and thought them both exceptional books, and wholly recommend them.
 

Fishcake

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Vixen said:
Sorry, but who is this Vonnegurt and what does he write? Give me a good reason, and I'll go to alibrary and look him up...
:shock:

Kurt Vonnegut writes...well, satire, I guess. He's a clever, non-aggressive jester in the court of the modern world (awful analogy, I know. It's late. :| ). I've only read Cat's Cradle, but I found it most excellent, and I'm picking up Slaughterhouse Five soon.
Think a gentler, subtler Douglas Adams, I suppose.
 

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