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Read an Unreleased Kurt Vonnegut Story, "Guns Before Butter"
"Guns Before Butter," Kurt Vonnegut's story of hungry GIs held as prisoner of war in World War II in Dresden (a site of Vonnegut's best-known novel, Slaughterhouse-Five, and his own wartime imprisonment), was unpublished until its inclusion in Armageddon in Retrospect. Read the complete story here.
Kurt Vonnegut Sketchbook
Click through on the images below to see samples of the artwork included in Armageddon in Retrospect:
Published in 2008.
This collection of short stories (and one letter and one rambling, but enjoyable, speech) focuses on war and the folly of war. Read more
Being a big fan of Vonnegut and having read all of his novels,I found this very interesting, but not as entertaining as his novels. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Terry A. Hynous
This was not what I expected from having read the older Kurt Vonnegut books years ago but I ended up loving most of the stories!Published 1 month ago by RugbyMom
This is a review of the unabridged CD audio version of this work (not audible)
This work consists of a number of short stories by Vonnegut on war plus a short... Read more
In an anecdote in the book's introduction, Mark Vonnegut relates how his father once asked, "Does anybody who's graduated high school even read me anymore anyway? Read morePublished 4 months ago by Stephen Kozeniewski