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Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
   wrote   
Jailbird
Kurt Vonnegut Jr
   was born on   
November 11, 1922
American writer
Kurt Vonnegut
   appears in   
Timequake
Meets with other authors in celebration of the life of Kilgore Trout
Kurt Vonnegut
   appears in   
Slaughterhouse-Five
Plays a minor character, "that was me", etc.
Kurt Vonnegut
   was born in   
Indianapolis, U.S.A.
1922-1007. One of the most influential writers of his generation
Kurt Vonnegut
   was an   
Author
April 11th. Wrote "Player Piano" "Cat's Cradle" "Slaughterhouse Five" "Breakfast of Champions". age 84
Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
   wrote   
A Man Without a Country
Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
   wrote   
Hocus Pocus
Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
   wrote   
Galapagos
Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
   wrote   
Deadeye Dick
Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
   wrote   
Palm Sunday
Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
   wrote   
Breakfast of Champions
Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
   wrote   
Welcome to the Monkey House
Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
   wrote   
God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater
Kurt Vonnegut
   said   
"There is a Tragic Flaw in Our Precious Constitution, and I Don't Know What Can Be Done to Fix It. This is It: Only Nut Cases Want to Be President"
American novelist known for works blending satire, black comedy and science fiction
Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
   wrote   
Player Piano
1952. Vonnegut's first novel. The dystopian story takes place in a near-future society that is almost totally mechanised, eliminating the need for human labourers. Was later released in 1954 under the title 'Utopia'
Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
   wrote   
Slaughterhouse Five
1969. 'Slaughterhouse-Five; or, The Children's Crusade'
Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
   wrote   
Cat’s Cradle
1963. Explores issues of science, technology, and religion, satirizing the arms race and many other targets along the way. The University of Chicago awarded Vonnegut his Master's degree in anthropology for Cat's Cradle. The book was nominated for a Hugo Award for Best Novel
Kurt Vonnegut
   wrote   
Report on the Barnhouse Effect
Collected in Welcome to the Monkey House
Kurt Vonnegut
   wrote   
All the King's Horses
Kurt Vonnegut
   wrote   
Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow
Title is reference to a speech in Macbeth
Mother Night by Kurt Vonnegut
   was titled from the literary source   
Faust Part One
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Tralfamadore
   was created by   
Kurt Vonnegut
Planet to which Billy Pilgrim was taken in a saucer, from "Slaughterhouse-Five"
Ilium School of Optometry
   was created by   
Kurt Vonnegut
School attended by Billy, from "Slaughterhouse-Five"
Midland City
   was created by   
Kurt Vonnegut
Hometown of Dwayne Hoover, in "Breakfast of Champions", 1973
San Lorenzo
   was created by   
Kurt Vonnegut
Island republic in "Cat's Cradle", 1963
Chrono-synclastic Infundibula
   was created by   
Kurt Vonnegut
Phenomena in space that serve as space/time portals, in "The Sirens of Titan", 1959
Wilburhampton Hotel
   was created by   
Kurt Vonnegut
Shabby Los Angeles hotel in "The Sirens of Titan"
Rumfoord Mansion
   was created by   
Kurt Vonnegut
Large house in Newport, Rhode Island, from "The Sirens of Titan"
Whale
   was created by   
Kurt Vonnegut
Rocket ship left over from the abandoned US space program, from "The Sirens of Titan"
Kurt Vonnegut
   appears in   
Breakfast of Champions
Dark glasses-wearing observer of his characters
Will Fairchild Memorial Airport
   was created by   
Kurt Vonnegut
"Breakfast of Champions", 1973
Mildred Barry Memorial Arts Center
   was created by   
Kurt Vonnegut
"Breakfast of Champions, 1973
General Forge and Foundry
   was created by   
Kurt Vonnegut
Place of employment for Francine Pefko in "Cat's Cradle", 1963
Kurt Vonnegut
   wrote   
A Man Without a Country
2007
Kurt Vonnegut
   has the epitaph   
"The Only Proof He Needed for the Existence of God Was Music"
Kurt Vonnegut
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Slapstick (1982)
Based on the 1976 book 'Slapstick; Or Lonesome No More'
Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Breakfast of Champions (1999)
1973 book released as a movie in 1999. Starred Bruce Willis and Nick Nolte.






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