This is part of a series of occasional posts where I look at works from Le Monde’s 100 Books of the Century. Please see the separate page (link at the top) for the full list of books and an explanation of why I would do such a thing. 726 more words
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Slaughterhouse Five is Vonnegut’s most popular novel- an anti-war satire, based around the bombing of Dresden in World War Two.
Now one thing that always GRINDS MY GEARS is when the 16/17 year olds in teen dramas, whether it’s TV shows or YA novels, claim that their favourite books and writers are old American classics. 496 more words