Vonnegut died at the age of 84 on April 11, 2007.
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I could listen to Mr. Vonnegut being interviewed and hear him speak all day long and not get tired of his voice or subject matter. There are some enlightening bits about his characters and character.
Yes, but not because of this plug/interview
The point was made that Kurt is still in print, and he writes well.
Kurt is a wonderful pitchman for his stories,
It was brief. I liked it as a knock off.
You'll enjoy this brief conversation it'd you enjoyed Slaughterhouse Five. Vonnegut discussion the character Billy Pilgrim and his own experience in Germany during WWII.
It's a short, enjoyable interview. I love Vonnegut and it was nice to be able to hear him interact in an interview with a friend. He's an inspiring person and an amazing writer.
Great way to read great books on the go. Love Sci Fi especially Orson Scott Card and Star Wars.
Nothing. It was self contained and self explanatory.
The informaiton about the thoughts that went into his writing were very insightful.
Pretentious, arrogant, cutting.
No I can not.
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