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Wampeters, Foma and Granfalloons by Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
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Nov 22, 2009

really liked it
Read from January 23 to February 01, 2010

This is the last Kurt Vonnegut book I had to read. Now that I am finished with this one I have read everything ever published by Vonnegut. It's such a bittersweet moment.

This, like Fates Worse Than Death and Palm Sunday, is yet another collage of opinions, speeches, and essays but Vonnegut. A little, quirky play is even thrown in. There are maybe one or two dull chapters, but this is still a book that lets you delve even farther into Vonnegut's brilliant mind. And it just makes you wish that you could write as good as he was able. He makes it look so easy.

I'm kind of lost now that I don't have anymore Vonnegut to read. Time for re-reads!

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47.48% ""I have found that a humanist is a person who is tremendously interested in human beings. My dog is a humanist. His name is Sandy.""
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