3. A Man Without a Country

by Kurt Vonnegut, absurdist

Like the folks over at Davids50, I enjoyed this little book of Vonnegut tidbits. But it felt like old territory for him. If you want to read his more powerful collections of essays and short pieces, try Palm Sunday (1981) and Wampeters, Foma and Grandfaloons (1974).

I liked it though.

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