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I thought it was great book, written by a man who has lived a full life.
'A Man Without a Country' proves that Brilliant thinkers are still among us... and as K.V. says in this book, you're not going to find them on television.
I have always thought that the very fact that Mr. Vonnegut's work is so accessible damns him to only marginal critical acceptance.
I'd urge all of you to spend $10-$15 to buy it. Despite the fact that it's a collection of essays on different topics, it's fluid and cohesive. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Zack Grantzinger
it ended rather abruptly. Otherwise, it was easily read, pleasurable, and amusing.Published 2 months ago by darariven
Perhaps no one since Mark Twain has written such incisive observations of America.Published 2 months ago by James R. Michels
I wasn't blown away by this book, though two of my family who read it had really praised it.
To be honest, even though I finished it only last week, I can't remember much... Read more
I really like Vonnegut....my husband and I read several of his works as they came out. I only fiund one error...the Soviet union no longer existed in 2004. Read morePublished 4 months ago by JEM