WW2DB Salutes Kurt Vonnegut

13 Apr 2007
Bryan Hiatt

With the passing of Kurt Vonnegut, the author of Slaughterhouse 5, the ww2db.com salutes a great American writer. The interview linked here was published in the Paris Review in 1977 and shows a "fascinating glimpse into [Vonnegut's] early life..., his wicked sense of humour - and reveals the humanity that underpins his work."


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