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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