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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War II in Dresden (a site of Vonnegut's best-known novel, Slaughterhouse-Five, and his own wartime imprisonment), was unpublished until its inclusion in Armageddon in Retrospect.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
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Kurt Vonnegut's books could be read in public schools until recent times.
Book Review by Emma Mason Armageddon in Retrospect by Kurt Vonnegut This posthumous collection of short stories and essays is just as biting as any of his novels.
God bless you, Mr. Vonnegut, for once again helping me get through this thing--whatever it is.
As always, Kurt Vonnegut is very entertaining. He said that he did not believe in heaven, but that doesn't mean that he's not there.Published 14 hours ago by John Canever
A nice selection of short stories giving a glimpse into the life of Kurt Vonnegut. The opening by his son is touching and insightful. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dennis Waller
A nice little collection. One big surprise is the entire text, not just reprinted but reproduced in its original typewritten form, of the letter Vonnegut wrote to tell his family... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mark J. Spearin
Well, that was different. Different, but good. If you love Vonnegut for who he is and what he writes you'll enjoy it. Yet, these short stories are different. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lowly Peon
Have always enjoyed Vonnegut, and this was no exception. Great stories and social commentary! I especially love his unique descriptions.Published 10 months ago by James Engel
is one of my favorites so I'm probably pretty biased. I love his retrospective writing on his live and the time he spent in Dresden. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Ricky Stephens
Vonnegut's fiction has long been a favorite of mine, but I also thoroughly enjoyed reading these "essays" from a perspective at the end of his career. Read morePublished 23 months ago by John Conner