Book Title: Slaughterhouse-Five
Published:   1969
Author:      Kurt Vonnegut
Language:    English
File Type: PDF
Movie:        Yes
Release:  15 March 1972

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no pic Michael Sacks
Billy Pilgrim
Ron leibman Ron Leibman
Paul Lazzaro
Eugene Roche Eugene Roche
Edgar Derby
no pic Sharon Gans
Valencia Merble Pilgrim
Valerie Perrine Valerie Perrine
Montana Wildhack
no pic Holly Near
Barbara Pilgrim


Slaughterhouse-Five written by Kurt Vonnegut begins with Billy Pilgrim, a man who after being abducted by aliens from planet Tralfamadore, became stuck in time. We get to trod behind Pilgrim footsteps through all aspects of his life – though the book focuses on Pilgrim’s experience as an American prisoner of war who witnessed the firebombing of Dresden.

Vonnegut’s isn’t a conventional, or simple, novel. He writes, “There are almost no characters in this story, and almost no dramatic confrontations because most of the people in it are so sick, and so much the listless playthings of enormous forces. One of the main effects of war, after all, is that people are discouraged from being characters.”

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Slaughterhouse-Five is Vonnegut’s most influential book, through it resembles other Kurt Vonnegut creations. Slaughterhouse-Five still induces the same imagination, humanity, and simply a warm appreciation for his style of writing. But, remembering that the basis of the story is a tragic fact adds extra poignancy to the broth. Creating a soup of multiple contrasting flavors.

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