A Man Without a Country

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A&C Black, Sep 7, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 160 pages
A Man Without A Country is Kurt Vonnegut's hilariously funny and razor-sharp look at life, art, politics, himself and the condition of the soul of America today. Written over the last five years in the form of a loose memoir, with the examples of Mark Twain, Jesus Christ, Abraham Lincoln, and a saintly doctor named Ignaz Semmelweis powerfully in mind, A Man without a Country is an intimate and tender communication from one individual to his fellow humans - sometimes kidding, at other times despairing, always searching. It is illustrated throughout with Vonnegut's trademark artwork.
 

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User Review  - TromboneAl - LibraryThing

I like Vonnegut's books. I've read every one of them, and will probably reread some. I liked his cameo in Back to School. This one has gotten lots of 4-5 star reviews here on Goodreads. How many great ... Read full review

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User Review  - KamGeb - LibraryThing

A non-fiction book by Vonnegut. It was extremely well written like all his books. But Vonnegut is a pessimist who is very liberal and he talks about how people are ruining the earth and each other. Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Kurt Vonnegut is the author of many novels including the internationally best-selling Slaughterhouse 5, Cat's Cradle and Breakfast of Champions

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