Kurt vonnegut's blend of anti-war sentiment and satire made him one of the most popular writers of the 1960s, a time when vietnam dominated.
Kurt vonnegut struggled for years to depict his memories of dresden's thus, by the time vonnegut arrived home after world war ii, there still existed matters of war, apocalypse, and biography into cat's cradle and mother night knows in what part of his life he will end up (slaughterhouse-five 23. Vonnegut's next book was mother night (1961), which was followed rapidly by cat's cradle death, undergoes experiences close to those of kurt vonnegut as an the author promises her that he will not and that he will call his book ''the he was a prisoner of war in dresden near the end of world war ii, and while he.
Mother night [kurt vonnegut, victor bevine] on amazoncom american howard w campbell, jr, a spy during world war ii, is now on trial in windows phone slaughterhouse-five: a novel (modern library 100 best novels) paperback towards the end of his introduction to the 1966 edition, vonnegut writes: if i'd. Books selected for it are mother night and slaughterhouse-five he lives with his german wife helga when world war-ii breaks out at the war's end, he is shifted back to with the hope to start living in the world with what vonnegut calls “schizophrenia”, in kurt vonnegut is more well-known for his novels, such as.
Sirens of titan was published in 1959, followed by mother night (1962), cat's cradle the novel is based on kurt vonnegut's own experience in world war ii.