My plan had been to write this essay/piece using my interview with my grandfather and select quotes from vonnegut interviews about wwii. In the opening chapter of slaughterhouse-five, kurt vonnegut recounts his being unable to write a war book about the dresden firebombing. Kurt vonnegut jr was an american writer in a career spanning over 50 years, vonnegut after its release, slaughterhouse-five went to the top of the new york times best seller list, thrusting vonnegut into fame later in his career, vonnegut published several autobiographical essays and short-story collections, .
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Slaughterhouse-five is a seminal novel of contemporary literature, a rumination on war, space, time and the meaning of life and death in kurt vonnegut's. By turns bitter and resentful, imaginative and flaky, kurt vonnegut sought in a more personal sense, in slaughterhouse-five and breakfast of. On january 12, 1944, german soldiers transported 150 american prisoners of war, including private kurt vonnegut, from stalag iv-b in muhlberg to dresden,.