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State of Grace

My Dear Friend,

I have not written to you in a long time. What to say, what to tell?

If anyone stumbling around in the world of Cyberspace ever happens to find this silly little blog, if there is one thing I could transmit across the 1s and 0s it would be this– 384 more words

A Mindful of Nothings

Recently I read Slaughterhouse- Five by Kurt Vonnegut. It was book that in middle school I could have but I choose to read Fahrenheit 451… 621 more words

"So it goes!": A take on Slaughterhouse Five

I had never heard about Dresden, I had never heard about Kurt Vonnegut though I think I had heard the book’s name somewhere (I am not so sure) before I watched the Crash Course Literature videos on Slaughterhouse Five. 1,063 more words


Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut

Genre: Literary Fiction, Sci-Fi
Page #: 215
Publisher: Dell
Published in: 1998

Official Synopsis

Selected by the Modern Library as one of the 100 best novels of all time, Slaughterhouse-Five, an American classic, is one of the world’s great antiwar books. 167 more words


Deadeye Dick by Kurt Vonnegut

You were probably thinking, what happened to Vonnegut? He hasn’t read a Vonnegut in months. Oh no, did he already finish all the Vonneguts?![1]

Actually, there’s been a Vonnegut– 170 more words

Reading The Why

Finished: Book #98

Title: Slaughterhouse Five

Author: Kurt Vonnegut

Date Finished: 8/26/17

Recommend? : Yes.

Why? : Sad, funny, mildly science-fictiony, with some history thrown in. Good book. It has a very dark sense of humor but is poignant at the same time, an interesting juxtaposition I kind of like. 199 more words


Slaughterhouse Five

This was one of those books I pretended I’d read in college. Friends and professors mentioned it in discussions, my roommate often quoted it. In short, I assumed that it was a ground shaking piece of literature because the people to whom I look up seemed so entranced with it. 280 more words