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A Man Without a Country by Kurt Vonnegut
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Jul 18, 07

bookshelves: 2005booklist, myfavorites, favoriteauthors
Recommended for: humans with hearts.
Read in November, 2005

GREAT book. Man, he says exactly how I feel about this country of ours today in 2005. The apocalypse is coming, you know, after we ruin the earth. Here is what one reviewer said about this book and it is perfect: “Vonnegut gives us literary Polaroid’s of his childhood and day-to-day life, places us at the dinner table with Mark Twain, Jesus, Abraham Lincoln, and Eugene Debs, and manages to answer the question: "What does it mean to be human?" All the while single handedly battling George W. Bush, H-Bombs, and the "Guessers." I’m voting for Vonnegut for president next time, even if he’s dead he could probably do a better job. Viva Vonnegut! Book #50 of my 2005 Book List, finished reading it on 11-20-05.

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