Kurt Vonnegut: A Free-Thinking American
Author Kurt Vonnegut called himself a free-thinking humanist. Others said his unerring moral compass, colloquial style, and ability to mix sadness and humor made Vonnegut the Mark Twain of his generation. With the publication of Slaughterhouse-Five, Vonnegut found an audience that clung to his pointed observations of society and its shortcomings.
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