Kurt Vonnegut

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Borgo Press, Jan 1, 1992 - Fiction - 127 pages
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Morse argues that Vonnegut deserves acclaim as a pre-eminent post-World War II American story-teller with a sharply critical, satiric vision, who against formidable odds retains his belief in the humanity of man and the sacredness of life. The Guide surveys a vast range of Vonnegut's published works, including all of his novels from Player Piano to Bluebeard. Complete with Chronology, Primary and Secondary Bibliographies, and Index.

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DONALD E. MORSE is Visiting Professor of American, Irish, and English Literature at the University of Debrecen, Hungary, and Professor Emeritus of English and Rhetoric at Oakland University. He is the author of numerous articles on Vonnegut and his previous books include The Fantastic in World Literature and the Arts (1987), More Real than Reality: The Fantastic in Irish Literature and the Arts (1991), and The Celebration of the Fantastic (1992), all available from Greenwood Press.

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