A Man without a Country

A MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY by Kurt Vonnegut (Random House)
Ironically, I was waiting for this to come out in paperback, not knowing that by that time it would be Vonnegut’s de facto epitaph. Pragmatism that reads like poetry, common sense in the grand tradition of COMMON SENSE and righteous anger that’s somehow sweet in its vitriol. He’ll be missed.

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