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Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut

“All this happened, more or less.”

I’m so happy I read this book! I really loved it. I would give it a solid five out of five stars. 605 more words

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Terror Australis: Children in Detention

I’ve never written anything political in my life, but the Human Rights Commission’s report on children in detention and the Government’s response to it made me feel so outraged, I felt it was time I did. 2,777 more words



When it comes to talking about great authors, it’s hard because there are just so many of them out there. But I only have one favorite writer, and that is the great Kurt Vonnegut. 418 more words


Honors 11: Cat's Cradle Ch. 1-14

We reflected first on the response paper assignment that was due this morning before delving into this 1973 letter from Vonnegut to a school board president after his book, … 65 more words

Honors 11

Slaughterhouse-Five Chapter Five Part One

Before you kill somebody, make absolutely sure he isn’t well connected. So it goes.

– Vonnegut (109).

Two questions I’d like to tackle is that of the Grand Canyon  and the Carlsebad caverns, as well as the Tramalfadorian zoo because I think there are distinct similarities between these two situations for Billy.

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Literary Analysis

Crowdsourcing Mornings: Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck in Time

This is Crowdsourcing Mornings! This post takes place every weekday morning and highlights one crowdsourcing project I liked from Kickstarter, Indiegogo, or other crowdsourcing websites. 389 more words


Greatest massacre in the European history

During the process of learning how to write a novel one is urged to study how to begin the story.

The opening of the novel is said to have the ability not so much to break it, as is seen as a chance to raise it to the memorable level. 1,249 more words