eBookNation has released Kurt Vonnegut by the Dozen.
From 1978 to 1998, the Slaughterhouse 5 author wrote one or two articles a year for The Nation magazine. This new eBook features a collection of Vonnegut’s Nation pieces.
Publisher Katrina vanden Heuvel explained in a letter that Vonnegut’s relationship with The Nation allowed him to share political observations and social commentary. The pieces selected for Kurt Vonnegut by the Dozen contains Vonnegut’s thoughts on novelist Mark Twain, former presidential candidate Eugene V. Debs, and the cabinet of President Jimmy Carter.
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