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"Always Have... Always Will"

“All moments, past, present, and future, always have existed, always will exist” (Kurt Vonnegut, Slaughterhouse-Five, 27) if that is true, or at least an interesting new thought, shouldn’t/can’t we take joy in things that have given us joy in the past? 138 more words



 An introduction – I read this book in two days, this is not me gloating this is one friend telling another friend; that’s you, that you can do this in two days. 236 more words

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*SPOILER ALERT* Slaughterhouse-Five, Post 9, Due August 9 11:59 PM

You know Billy Pilgrim as the time-traveling optometrist, married to the wealthy and huge Valencia Merble, who survived the firebombing of Dresden as a prisoner of war.  305 more words


"All this happened, more or less." ("Slaughterhouse Five" Part 2)

Just in time for me to go on vacation, I finished “Slaughterhouse Five” today so it’s discussion time. I hope you’re all 18 years or older because there was explicit content and I don’t want you’re parents complaining. 298 more words

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3 Days, 3 Quotes | Day 3

Hello, readers! Today is the third and final day of the three quote challenge. Once again, I was challenged by Catia @ The Girl Who Read Too Much… 299 more words

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For those of us nuts who have read Vonnegut novels at least a few times over, it’s always amusing to see what bits of dialogue and/or narration stand out the second, third, sixth time around. 200 more words

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"So it goes": Yes, it certainly does

“So it goes” is a famous line from a Kurt Vonnegut’s book Slaughterhouse Five (1969). It’s a repetitive phrase to indicate, I think, the world is hard, horrible things are going to happen, and we’ll just get on with it somehow. 1,206 more words