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Kurt Vonnegut Jr.

“If you can do no good, at least do no harm.”

“Love is where you find it. I think it is foolish to go around looking for it, and I think it can be poisonous. I wish that people who are conventionally supposed to love each other would say to each other, when they fight, 'Please — a little less love, and a little more common decency'.”

“What does seem important? Bargaining in good faith with destiny.”


Kurt Vonnegut's Slapstick, or Lonesome No More! is a sort of autobiography within an autobiography. In the prologue, Vonnegut, the author, meditates on the death of his sister, Alice, on loneliness and the assertion that the novel Slapstick itself is autobiographical. Slapstick then is written by the former last president of the United States, Wilbur Daffodil-11 Swain, from his nearly empty offices in the Empire State Building. It is a post-apocalyptic world. The U.S government has collapsed and much of humanity has been ravaged by plagues known as the green death (caused by the fatal inhalation of Chinese who have miniaturized themselves) and the Albanian flu.

Swain writes about his life, and the connection to his twin sister, Eliza, without whom neither one is really whole. They are viewed as simpletons; however, together they are brilliant and wildly creative. Their separation at age 15 signals the destruction of paradise. Apart, the twins refer to their simpleton selves as Betty and Bobby Brown. Even years later, Eliza asks Wilbur,"How could anybody love Bobby Brown?" Hi ho!

Though Vonnegut gave it a grade of 'D,' I really enjoyed Slapstick! Unlike some other works by Vonnegut, it was immediately engaging, and of course, fun and wildly irreverent! 4.25 stars.

Again, and as sort of a postscript, I wonder about Vonnegut's perception of Wyoming. "If you ever go to Wyoming..." This reference occurs with respect to a new scheme to create artificial families Swain is told he'd have connections, wouldn't be lonesome. Otherwise, and in so much of his other work, Wyoming exists on the edge of crazy!


“In case nobody has told you," she said, "this is the United States of America, where nobody has a right to rely on anybody else--where everybody learns to make his or her own way.”

“FËDOR Mikhailovich Dostoevski, the
Russian novelist, said one time that, "One sacred memory from childhood is perhaps the best education." I can think of another quickie education for a child, which, in its way, is almost as salutary: Meeting a human being who is tremendously respected by the adult world, and realizing that that person is actually a malicious lunatic.”

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“love is where you find it. i think it is foolish to go around looking for it, and i think it can be poisonous. i wish that people who are conventionally supposed to love each other would say to each other, when they fight, 'please — a little less love, and a little more common decency'.”

“what does seem important? bargaining in good faith with destiny.”


kurt vonnegut's slapstick, or lonesome no more! is a sort of autobiography within an autobiography. in the prologue, vonnegut, the author, meditates on the death of his sister, alice, on loneliness and the assertion that the novel slapstick itself is autobiographical. slapstick then is written by the former last president of the united states, wilbur daffodil-11 swain, from his nearly empty offices in the empire state building. it is a post-apocalyptic world. the u.s government has collapsed and much of humanity has been ravaged by plagues known as the green death (caused by the fatal inhalation of chinese who have miniaturized themselves) and the albanian flu.

swain writes about his life, and the connection to his twin sister, eliza, without whom neither one is really whole. they are viewed as simpletons; however, together they are brilliant and wildly creative. their separation at age 15 signals the destruction of paradise. apart, the twins refer to their simpleton selves as betty and bobby brown. even years later, eliza asks wilbur,"how could anybody love bobby brown?" hi ho!

though vonnegut gave it a grade of 'd,' i really enjoyed slapstick! unlike some other works by vonnegut, it was immediately engaging, and of course, fun and wildly irreverent! 4.25 stars.

again, and as sort of a postscript, i wonder about vonnegut's perception of wyoming. "if you ever go to wyoming..." this reference occurs with respect to a new scheme to create artificial families swain is told he'd have connections, wouldn't be lonesome. otherwise, and in so much of his other work, wyoming exists on the edge of crazy!


“in case nobody has told you," she said, "this is the united states of america, where nobody has a right to rely on anybody else--where everybody learns to make his or her own way.”

“fëdor mikhailovich dostoevski, the
russian novelist, said one time that, "one sacred memory from childhood is perhaps the best education." i can think of another quickie education for a child, which, in its way, is almost as salutary: meeting a human being who is tremendously respected by the adult world, and realizing that that person is actually a malicious lunatic.”
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“love is where you find it. i think it is foolish to go around looking for it, and i think it can be poisonous. i wish that people who are conventionally supposed to love each other would say to each other, when they fight, 'please — a little less love, and a little more common decency'.”

“what does seem important? bargaining in good faith with destiny.”


kurt vonnegut's slapstick, or lonesome no more! is a sort of autobiography within an autobiography. in the prologue, vonnegut, the author, meditates on the death of his sister, alice, on loneliness and the assertion that the novel slapstick itself is autobiographical. slapstick then is written by the former last president of the united states, wilbur daffodil-11 swain, from his nearly empty offices in the empire state building. it is a post-apocalyptic world. the u.s government has collapsed and much of humanity has been ravaged by plagues known as the green death (caused by the fatal inhalation of chinese who have miniaturized themselves) and the albanian flu.

swain writes about his life, and the connection to his twin sister, eliza, without whom neither one is really whole. they are viewed as simpletons; however, together they are brilliant and wildly creative. their separation at age 15 signals the destruction of paradise. apart, the twins refer to their simpleton selves as betty and bobby brown. even years later, eliza asks wilbur,"how could anybody love bobby brown?" hi ho!

though vonnegut gave it a grade of 'd,' i really enjoyed slapstick! unlike some other works by vonnegut, it was immediately engaging, and of course, fun and wildly irreverent! 4.25 stars.

again, and as sort of a postscript, i wonder about vonnegut's perception of wyoming. "if you ever go to wyoming..." this reference occurs with respect to a new scheme to create artificial families swain is told he'd have connections, wouldn't be lonesome. otherwise, and in so much of his other work, wyoming exists on the edge of crazy!


“in case nobody has told you," she said, "this is the united states of america, where nobody has a right to rely on anybody else--where everybody learns to make his or her own way.”

“fëdor mikhailovich dostoevski, the
russian novelist, said one time that, "one sacred memory from childhood is perhaps the best education." i can think of another quickie education for a child, which, in its way, is almost as salutary: meeting a human being who is tremendously respected by the adult world, and realizing that that person is actually a malicious lunatic.”
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“love is where you find it. i think it is foolish to go around looking for it, and i think it can be poisonous. i wish that people who are conventionally supposed to love each other would say to each other, when they fight, 'please — a little less love, and a little more common decency'.”

“what does seem important? bargaining in good faith with destiny.”


kurt vonnegut's slapstick, or lonesome no more! is a sort of autobiography within an autobiography. in the prologue, vonnegut, the author, meditates on the death of his sister, alice, on loneliness and the assertion that the novel slapstick itself is autobiographical. slapstick then is written by the former last president of the united states, wilbur daffodil-11 swain, from his nearly empty offices in the empire state building. it is a post-apocalyptic world. the u.s government has collapsed and much of humanity has been ravaged by plagues known as the green death (caused by the fatal inhalation of chinese who have miniaturized themselves) and the albanian flu.

swain writes about his life, and the connection to his twin sister, eliza, without whom neither one is really whole. they are viewed as simpletons; however, together they are brilliant and wildly creative. their separation at age 15 signals the destruction of paradise. apart, the twins refer to their simpleton selves as betty and bobby brown. even years later, eliza asks wilbur,"how could anybody love bobby brown?" hi ho!

though vonnegut gave it a grade of 'd,' i really enjoyed slapstick! unlike some other works by vonnegut, it was immediately engaging, and of course, fun and wildly irreverent! 4.25 stars.

again, and as sort of a postscript, i wonder about vonnegut's perception of wyoming. "if you ever go to wyoming..." this reference occurs with respect to a new scheme to create artificial families swain is told he'd have connections, wouldn't be lonesome. otherwise, and in so much of his other work, wyoming exists on the edge of crazy!


“in case nobody has told you," she said, "this is the united states of america, where nobody has a right to rely on anybody else--where everybody learns to make his or her own way.”

“fëdor mikhailovich dostoevski, the
russian novelist, said one time that, "one sacred memory from childhood is perhaps the best education." i can think of another quickie education for a child, which, in its way, is almost as salutary: meeting a human being who is tremendously respected by the adult world, and realizing that that person is actually a malicious lunatic.”
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“love is where you find it. i think it is foolish to go around looking for it, and i think it can be poisonous. i wish that people who are conventionally supposed to love each other would say to each other, when they fight, 'please — a little less love, and a little more common decency'.”

“what does seem important? bargaining in good faith with destiny.”


kurt vonnegut's slapstick, or lonesome no more! is a sort of autobiography within an autobiography. in the prologue, vonnegut, the author, meditates on the death of his sister, alice, on loneliness and the assertion that the novel slapstick itself is autobiographical. slapstick then is written by the former last president of the united states, wilbur daffodil-11 swain, from his nearly empty offices in the empire state building. it is a post-apocalyptic world. the u.s government has collapsed and much of humanity has been ravaged by plagues known as the green death (caused by the fatal inhalation of chinese who have miniaturized themselves) and the albanian flu.

swain writes about his life, and the connection to his twin sister, eliza, without whom neither one is really whole. they are viewed as simpletons; however, together they are brilliant and wildly creative. their separation at age 15 signals the destruction of paradise. apart, the twins refer to their simpleton selves as betty and bobby brown. even years later, eliza asks wilbur,"how could anybody love bobby brown?" hi ho!

though vonnegut gave it a grade of 'd,' i really enjoyed slapstick! unlike some other works by vonnegut, it was immediately engaging, and of course, fun and wildly irreverent! 4.25 stars.

again, and as sort of a postscript, i wonder about vonnegut's perception of wyoming. "if you ever go to wyoming..." this reference occurs with respect to a new scheme to create artificial families swain is told he'd have connections, wouldn't be lonesome. otherwise, and in so much of his other work, wyoming exists on the edge of crazy!


“in case nobody has told you," she said, "this is the united states of america, where nobody has a right to rely on anybody else--where everybody learns to make his or her own way.”

“fëdor mikhailovich dostoevski, the
russian novelist, said one time that, "one sacred memory from childhood is perhaps the best education." i can think of another quickie education for a child, which, in its way, is almost as salutary: meeting a human being who is tremendously respected by the adult world, and realizing that that person is actually a malicious lunatic.”
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“love is where you find it. i think it is foolish to go around looking for it, and i think it can be poisonous. i wish that people who are conventionally supposed to love each other would say to each other, when they fight, 'please — a little less love, and a little more common decency'.”

“what does seem important? bargaining in good faith with destiny.”


kurt vonnegut's slapstick, or lonesome no more! is a sort of autobiography within an autobiography. in the prologue, vonnegut, the author, meditates on the death of his sister, alice, on loneliness and the assertion that the novel slapstick itself is autobiographical. slapstick then is written by the former last president of the united states, wilbur daffodil-11 swain, from his nearly empty offices in the empire state building. it is a post-apocalyptic world. the u.s government has collapsed and much of humanity has been ravaged by plagues known as the green death (caused by the fatal inhalation of chinese who have miniaturized themselves) and the albanian flu.

swain writes about his life, and the connection to his twin sister, eliza, without whom neither one is really whole. they are viewed as simpletons; however, together they are brilliant and wildly creative. their separation at age 15 signals the destruction of paradise. apart, the twins refer to their simpleton selves as betty and bobby brown. even years later, eliza asks wilbur,"how could anybody love bobby brown?" hi ho!

though vonnegut gave it a grade of 'd,' i really enjoyed slapstick! unlike some other works by vonnegut, it was immediately engaging, and of course, fun and wildly irreverent! 4.25 stars.

again, and as sort of a postscript, i wonder about vonnegut's perception of wyoming. "if you ever go to wyoming..." this reference occurs with respect to a new scheme to create artificial families swain is told he'd have connections, wouldn't be lonesome. otherwise, and in so much of his other work, wyoming exists on the edge of crazy!


“in case nobody has told you," she said, "this is the united states of america, where nobody has a right to rely on anybody else--where everybody learns to make his or her own way.”

“fëdor mikhailovich dostoevski, the
russian novelist, said one time that, "one sacred memory from childhood is perhaps the best education." i can think of another quickie education for a child, which, in its way, is almost as salutary: meeting a human being who is tremendously respected by the adult world, and realizing that that person is actually a malicious lunatic.”
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“love is where you find it. i think it is foolish to go around looking for it, and i think it can be poisonous. i wish that people who are conventionally supposed to love each other would say to each other, when they fight, 'please — a little less love, and a little more common decency'.”

“what does seem important? bargaining in good faith with destiny.”


kurt vonnegut's slapstick, or lonesome no more! is a sort of autobiography within an autobiography. in the prologue, vonnegut, the author, meditates on the death of his sister, alice, on loneliness and the assertion that the novel slapstick itself is autobiographical. slapstick then is written by the former last president of the united states, wilbur daffodil-11 swain, from his nearly empty offices in the empire state building. it is a post-apocalyptic world. the u.s government has collapsed and much of humanity has been ravaged by plagues known as the green death (caused by the fatal inhalation of chinese who have miniaturized themselves) and the albanian flu.

swain writes about his life, and the connection to his twin sister, eliza, without whom neither one is really whole. they are viewed as simpletons; however, together they are brilliant and wildly creative. their separation at age 15 signals the destruction of paradise. apart, the twins refer to their simpleton selves as betty and bobby brown. even years later, eliza asks wilbur,"how could anybody love bobby brown?" hi ho!

though vonnegut gave it a grade of 'd,' i really enjoyed slapstick! unlike some other works by vonnegut, it was immediately engaging, and of course, fun and wildly irreverent! 4.25 stars.

again, and as sort of a postscript, i wonder about vonnegut's perception of wyoming. "if you ever go to wyoming..." this reference occurs with respect to a new scheme to create artificial families swain is told he'd have connections, wouldn't be lonesome. otherwise, and in so much of his other work, wyoming exists on the edge of crazy!


“in case nobody has told you," she said, "this is the united states of america, where nobody has a right to rely on anybody else--where everybody learns to make his or her own way.”

“fëdor mikhailovich dostoevski, the
russian novelist, said one time that, "one sacred memory from childhood is perhaps the best education." i can think of another quickie education for a child, which, in its way, is almost as salutary: meeting a human being who is tremendously respected by the adult world, and realizing that that person is actually a malicious lunatic.”
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“love is where you find it. i think it is foolish to go around looking for it, and i think it can be poisonous. i wish that people who are conventionally supposed to love each other would say to each other, when they fight, 'please — a little less love, and a little more common decency'.”

“what does seem important? bargaining in good faith with destiny.”


kurt vonnegut's slapstick, or lonesome no more! is a sort of autobiography within an autobiography. in the prologue, vonnegut, the author, meditates on the death of his sister, alice, on loneliness and the assertion that the novel slapstick itself is autobiographical. slapstick then is written by the former last president of the united states, wilbur daffodil-11 swain, from his nearly empty offices in the empire state building. it is a post-apocalyptic world. the u.s government has collapsed and much of humanity has been ravaged by plagues known as the green death (caused by the fatal inhalation of chinese who have miniaturized themselves) and the albanian flu.

swain writes about his life, and the connection to his twin sister, eliza, without whom neither one is really whole. they are viewed as simpletons; however, together they are brilliant and wildly creative. their separation at age 15 signals the destruction of paradise. apart, the twins refer to their simpleton selves as betty and bobby brown. even years later, eliza asks wilbur,"how could anybody love bobby brown?" hi ho!

though vonnegut gave it a grade of 'd,' i really enjoyed slapstick! unlike some other works by vonnegut, it was immediately engaging, and of course, fun and wildly irreverent! 4.25 stars.

again, and as sort of a postscript, i wonder about vonnegut's perception of wyoming. "if you ever go to wyoming..." this reference occurs with respect to a new scheme to create artificial families swain is told he'd have connections, wouldn't be lonesome. otherwise, and in so much of his other work, wyoming exists on the edge of crazy!


“in case nobody has told you," she said, "this is the united states of america, where nobody has a right to rely on anybody else--where everybody learns to make his or her own way.”

“fëdor mikhailovich dostoevski, the
russian novelist, said one time that, "one sacred memory from childhood is perhaps the best education." i can think of another quickie education for a child, which, in its way, is almost as salutary: meeting a human being who is tremendously respected by the adult world, and realizing that that person is actually a malicious lunatic.”
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“love is where you find it. i think it is foolish to go around looking for it, and i think it can be poisonous. i wish that people who are conventionally supposed to love each other would say to each other, when they fight, 'please — a little less love, and a little more common decency'.”

“what does seem important? bargaining in good faith with destiny.”


kurt vonnegut's slapstick, or lonesome no more! is a sort of autobiography within an autobiography. in the prologue, vonnegut, the author, meditates on the death of his sister, alice, on loneliness and the assertion that the novel slapstick itself is autobiographical. slapstick then is written by the former last president of the united states, wilbur daffodil-11 swain, from his nearly empty offices in the empire state building. it is a post-apocalyptic world. the u.s government has collapsed and much of humanity has been ravaged by plagues known as the green death (caused by the fatal inhalation of chinese who have miniaturized themselves) and the albanian flu.

swain writes about his life, and the connection to his twin sister, eliza, without whom neither one is really whole. they are viewed as simpletons; however, together they are brilliant and wildly creative. their separation at age 15 signals the destruction of paradise. apart, the twins refer to their simpleton selves as betty and bobby brown. even years later, eliza asks wilbur,"how could anybody love bobby brown?" hi ho!

though vonnegut gave it a grade of 'd,' i really enjoyed slapstick! unlike some other works by vonnegut, it was immediately engaging, and of course, fun and wildly irreverent! 4.25 stars.

again, and as sort of a postscript, i wonder about vonnegut's perception of wyoming. "if you ever go to wyoming..." this reference occurs with respect to a new scheme to create artificial families swain is told he'd have connections, wouldn't be lonesome. otherwise, and in so much of his other work, wyoming exists on the edge of crazy!


“in case nobody has told you," she said, "this is the united states of america, where nobody has a right to rely on anybody else--where everybody learns to make his or her own way.”

“fëdor mikhailovich dostoevski, the
russian novelist, said one time that, "one sacred memory from childhood is perhaps the best education." i can think of another quickie education for a child, which, in its way, is almost as salutary: meeting a human being who is tremendously respected by the adult world, and realizing that that person is actually a malicious lunatic.”
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“love is where you find it. i think it is foolish to go around looking for it, and i think it can be poisonous. i wish that people who are conventionally supposed to love each other would say to each other, when they fight, 'please — a little less love, and a little more common decency'.”

“what does seem important? bargaining in good faith with destiny.”


kurt vonnegut's slapstick, or lonesome no more! is a sort of autobiography within an autobiography. in the prologue, vonnegut, the author, meditates on the death of his sister, alice, on loneliness and the assertion that the novel slapstick itself is autobiographical. slapstick then is written by the former last president of the united states, wilbur daffodil-11 swain, from his nearly empty offices in the empire state building. it is a post-apocalyptic world. the u.s government has collapsed and much of humanity has been ravaged by plagues known as the green death (caused by the fatal inhalation of chinese who have miniaturized themselves) and the albanian flu.

swain writes about his life, and the connection to his twin sister, eliza, without whom neither one is really whole. they are viewed as simpletons; however, together they are brilliant and wildly creative. their separation at age 15 signals the destruction of paradise. apart, the twins refer to their simpleton selves as betty and bobby brown. even years later, eliza asks wilbur,"how could anybody love bobby brown?" hi ho!

though vonnegut gave it a grade of 'd,' i really enjoyed slapstick! unlike some other works by vonnegut, it was immediately engaging, and of course, fun and wildly irreverent! 4.25 stars.

again, and as sort of a postscript, i wonder about vonnegut's perception of wyoming. "if you ever go to wyoming..." this reference occurs with respect to a new scheme to create artificial families swain is told he'd have connections, wouldn't be lonesome. otherwise, and in so much of his other work, wyoming exists on the edge of crazy!


“in case nobody has told you," she said, "this is the united states of america, where nobody has a right to rely on anybody else--where everybody learns to make his or her own way.”

“fëdor mikhailovich dostoevski, the
russian novelist, said one time that, "one sacred memory from childhood is perhaps the best education." i can think of another quickie education for a child, which, in its way, is almost as salutary: meeting a human being who is tremendously respected by the adult world, and realizing that that person is actually a malicious lunatic.”
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“love is where you find it. i think it is foolish to go around looking for it, and i think it can be poisonous. i wish that people who are conventionally supposed to love each other would say to each other, when they fight, 'please — a little less love, and a little more common decency'.”

“what does seem important? bargaining in good faith with destiny.”


kurt vonnegut's slapstick, or lonesome no more! is a sort of autobiography within an autobiography. in the prologue, vonnegut, the author, meditates on the death of his sister, alice, on loneliness and the assertion that the novel slapstick itself is autobiographical. slapstick then is written by the former last president of the united states, wilbur daffodil-11 swain, from his nearly empty offices in the empire state building. it is a post-apocalyptic world. the u.s government has collapsed and much of humanity has been ravaged by plagues known as the green death (caused by the fatal inhalation of chinese who have miniaturized themselves) and the albanian flu.

swain writes about his life, and the connection to his twin sister, eliza, without whom neither one is really whole. they are viewed as simpletons; however, together they are brilliant and wildly creative. their separation at age 15 signals the destruction of paradise. apart, the twins refer to their simpleton selves as betty and bobby brown. even years later, eliza asks wilbur,"how could anybody love bobby brown?" hi ho!

though vonnegut gave it a grade of 'd,' i really enjoyed slapstick! unlike some other works by vonnegut, it was immediately engaging, and of course, fun and wildly irreverent! 4.25 stars.

again, and as sort of a postscript, i wonder about vonnegut's perception of wyoming. "if you ever go to wyoming..." this reference occurs with respect to a new scheme to create artificial families swain is told he'd have connections, wouldn't be lonesome. otherwise, and in so much of his other work, wyoming exists on the edge of crazy!


“in case nobody has told you," she said, "this is the united states of america, where nobody has a right to rely on anybody else--where everybody learns to make his or her own way.”

“fëdor mikhailovich dostoevski, the
russian novelist, said one time that, "one sacred memory from childhood is perhaps the best education." i can think of another quickie education for a child, which, in its way, is almost as salutary: meeting a human being who is tremendously respected by the adult world, and realizing that that person is actually a malicious lunatic.”
sufficient mounting room. Fish were plentiful for the first settlers of los gatos creek. The last mention of chariot use in battle seems to be at the battle of mons graupius, somewhere “if you can do no good, at least do no harm.”

“love is where you find it. i think it is foolish to go around looking for it, and i think it can be poisonous. i wish that people who are conventionally supposed to love each other would say to each other, when they fight, 'please — a little less love, and a little more common decency'.”

“what does seem important? bargaining in good faith with destiny.”


kurt vonnegut's slapstick, or lonesome no more! is a sort of autobiography within an autobiography. in the prologue, vonnegut, the author, meditates on the death of his sister, alice, on loneliness and the assertion that the novel slapstick itself is autobiographical. slapstick then is written by the former last president of the united states, wilbur daffodil-11 swain, from his nearly empty offices in the empire state building. it is a post-apocalyptic world. the u.s government has collapsed and much of humanity has been ravaged by plagues known as the green death (caused by the fatal inhalation of chinese who have miniaturized themselves) and the albanian flu.

swain writes about his life, and the connection to his twin sister, eliza, without whom neither one is really whole. they are viewed as simpletons; however, together they are brilliant and wildly creative. their separation at age 15 signals the destruction of paradise. apart, the twins refer to their simpleton selves as betty and bobby brown. even years later, eliza asks wilbur,"how could anybody love bobby brown?" hi ho!

though vonnegut gave it a grade of 'd,' i really enjoyed slapstick! unlike some other works by vonnegut, it was immediately engaging, and of course, fun and wildly irreverent! 4.25 stars.

again, and as sort of a postscript, i wonder about vonnegut's perception of wyoming. "if you ever go to wyoming..." this reference occurs with respect to a new scheme to create artificial families swain is told he'd have connections, wouldn't be lonesome. otherwise, and in so much of his other work, wyoming exists on the edge of crazy!


“in case nobody has told you," she said, "this is the united states of america, where nobody has a right to rely on anybody else--where everybody learns to make his or her own way.”

“fëdor mikhailovich dostoevski, the
russian novelist, said one time that, "one sacred memory from childhood is perhaps the best education." i can think of another quickie education for a child, which, in its way, is almost as salutary: meeting a human being who is tremendously respected by the adult world, and realizing that that person is actually a malicious lunatic.”
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