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A Man Without a Country by Kurt Vonnegut
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Aug 17, 10

really liked it
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Read in July, 2010

I now feel that I was somehow lacking in my education, my all-aroundness, so to speak, having never read Kurt Vonnegut before. I expect I'll make up for it in the future. A joy and a wince of discouragement at the same time. They say that's what he was like.
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Laurel Lamperd I haven't read Kurt V either. I'll have to look out for his books. Laurel


Jesse Hanson Laurel wrote: "I haven't read Kurt V either. I'll have to look out for his books. Laurel"

Yes, it's an entertaining perspective, Laurel. One notable thing - although he professed agnosticism/atheism (not exactly sure which at the moment), he said he would not have wanted to live in a world in which the Beatitudes of Christ did not exist (again, I'm paraphrasing). Thanks for the comment, jesse


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