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American novelist known for his pessimistic and satirical novels, of which the best known is probably "Slaughterhouse-Five" based on his experiences as a prisoner of war in Dresden. He was born in 1922 and died in 2007.
  • The Books of Bokonon

    In "Cat's Cradle," Vonnegut created the religion of Bokononism was created as a way to distract the people of San Lorenzo from their pathetic lives. This site is the compilation and tabulation of the Books of Bokonon from the novel.

  • Cold Turkey

    2004 column by the author addresses his ideals and how he acquired them, and the topic of acting More humane. He also talks about the Socialist party candidate for president in 1912, who won 6% of the popular vote.

  • The Complete Kurt Vonnegut Web Page

    Displays a timeline of the famous novelist's life, a list of his novels and short stories, and a photo gallery.

  • The Vonnegut Web

    Provides archives, a chronology of his life, and a compilation of his commencement addresses as well as interviews from 1974 to 2002, and a critical bibliography.

  • Vonnegut.com

    Official site of author Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. features a biography, book information, and an online store for prints, t-shirts, and sculpture.

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