Rest In Peace Kurt Vonnegut


In college I spent more than a few late nights with Kurt Vonnegut’s work. For a time, I wanted to be that sort of writer – a challenger of social norms, a thorn in the side of the establishment. Eventually my Jack Kerouac and Ernest Hemingway obsession took over. Though I haven’t personally continued to follow his work beyond Slaughter House Five and Cat’s Cradle, he will be missed as an icon of American Literature.

“Everything was beautiful, and nothing hurt.”

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2 responses to “Rest In Peace Kurt Vonnegut

  1. He truly was a literary giant.

  2. hi,
    we are a group of portuguese artists and we are going to have an exhbit in november inspired in jack kerouac. did u know that on 5th of sept. its the 50th annyversary since it was published for the first time? we have a blog which will contain more updated information regarding us and some stuff we found on the net.
    bye bye

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