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Palm Sunday : an autobiographical collage

Author: Kurt Vonnegut
Publisher: New York : Dial, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : Dial Press Trade paperback edView all editions and formats
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An autobiographical collage from the renowned novelist includes previously unpublished articles, essays, letters, drawings, songs, and talks in which Vonnegut reflects on his life and times.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Kurt Vonnegut; Kurt Vonnegut
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Kurt Vonnegut
ISBN: 9780385334266 0385334265
OCLC Number: 727804010
Notes: Originally published: New York: Delacorte, ©1981.
Description: xiii, 300 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
Contents: The First Amendment --
Roots --
When I lost my innocence --
Triage --
Self-interview --
The people one knows --
Playmates --
Mark Twain --
Funnier on paper than most people --
Religion --
Obscenity --
Children --
Jonathan Swift misperceived --
Jekyll and Hyde updated --
A Nazi sympathizer defended at some cost --
A Nazi city mourned at some profit --
The sexual revolution --
In the capital of the world.
Responsibility: Kurt Vonnegut.
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An autobiographical collage from the renowned novelist includes previously unpublished articles, essays, letters, drawings, songs, and talks in which Vonnegut reflects on his life and times.

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