movement reaching from Barth to Vonnegut
Ellison, for example, could just as comfortably have been partnered with Pynchon, Heller, and Vonnegut
is fond of saying "be careful what you wish for because you might get it.
And in a promotion letter we recently received from The Washington Spectator, Kurt Vonnegut
There are also many which are new, at least to this reviewer, including Larry Heinemann, Bao Ninh, Kurt Vonnegut
and Shusaku Endo.
Our start in science fiction was through writers like Ray Bradbury and Kurt Vonnegut
While Kurt Vonnegut
does supply a few tremors of amusement in this hodgepodge of fact and fiction - the supposed remnants of and musings over a long, bad novel he decided not to publish - the overall impression is one of tired familiarity.
In the late fall of 1996, Greenwood Press released The Vonnegut
Chronicles, its third scholarly contribution to Vonnegut
studies in the past three years.
Let me see if I've got this straight: In response to Jonathan Franzen's meditation on the state of the American novel ["Perchance to Dream," April], Kurt Vonnegut
argues [Letters, July] that writing is therapy.
Cat's Cradle Science-fiction novel by KURT VONNEGUT
Leonard Mustazza's enthusiastic account of all Vonnegut
's major novels, up to but not including the most recent Hocus Pocus (1990), challenges the critical view of Vonnegut
as morally indifferent and argues that the source of discontent in the novels rests with humanity rather than a tyrannical, unjust, or even indifferent God.
Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut
(1969) I became a fan of Kurt Vonnegut
after reading this surreal and horrifying book.