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  1. In 2003, Kurt Vonnegut wrote : Do you know what a Luddite is? A person who hates newfangled contraptions… Today we have contraptions like nuclear submarines armed with Poseidon ...

  2. Kurt Vonnegut wants us to know that the true path to understanding who we are lies in understanding how and whom we love. “Who Am I This Time? (& Other Conundrums of Love),” the ...

  3. A Trade They Weren’t Involved In Author: Tim Baffoe February 21, 2017 9:45 AM By Tim Baffoe– (CBS) Kurt Vonnegut said in his 1980 sermon at New York’s St. Clement’s Church and ...

  4. Review: "All Our Wrongs Today"

    The Missourian2 days ago

    Elan Mastai channels Kurt Vonnegut’s spirit (and sense of humor) in his time-traveling/ alternate-timelining “All Our Wrong Today.” Fascinating, intelligent, and written with a ...

  5. It features a quote by one of my favorite writers, Kurt Vonnegut: “True terror is to wake up one morning and discover that your high school class is running the country.” I haven ...

  6. There's that Kurt Vonnegut quote, about TV being like the lead in the water pipes that sent the Romans crazy. But I think social media is currently like that, times ten. It's like ...

  7. In the 1890s, the architectural firm of Vonnegut & Bohn – co-founded by author Kurt Vonnegut Jr.'s grandfather Bernard Vonnegut Sr. – was commissioned to build a ...

  8. This is the setting of Kurt Vonnegut’s “Harrison Bergeron”, the 1961 satirical depiction of state-imposed equality that protects citizens from feelings of unworthiness. Diana Moon ...

  9. The book’s chronological dissonance is a conscious tribute to Kurt Vonnegut’s “Slaughterhouse-Five” and presumably intended to mimic the dissociative state of Lee’s mind as it ...

  10. He is frequently compared to Kurt Vonnegut in his madcap approach to satirizing the human condition, as well as a tendency to defy the conventions of traditional narrative. Formal ...

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