Vonnegut, Kurt,Jr.

Vonnegut, Kurt,Jr.
Von·ne·gut (vŏnʹĭ-gət), Kurt, Jr. Born 1922.
American writer whose works show compassion and humor in the midst of the violence and alienation of modern life. His novels include Cat's Cradle (1963) and Slaughterhouse Five (1969).

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