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Ns as diverse as The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction and The Atlantic Monthly these superb stories shar. The story is available to read online courtesy of the Saturday Evening Post Link in the Goodreads book detailsSusanna a young and pretty bit part actress in town for the summer and working at the local theater is in the small local drug store to pick up her morning paper and by chance she meets a local boy Corporal Norman Fuller just returned from the Korean War That s the setting and what transpires between these two displays the genius of Kurt Vonnegut s writing ability You can read it in one sitting and it s worth the time
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E Vonnegutâ€™s audacious sense of humor and extraordinary range of creative vision Alternative cover edition he. Welcome to the Monkey House is the best collection of stories I ve readRating it accurately is as difficult as ever Should it be based off of the best stories Or all of them I don t knowWhat I do know is Harrison Bergeron Welcome to the Monkey House Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow EPICAC Where I Live and The Euphio uestion are some of the best shorts ever writtenMuch like Vonnegut s other novels they re strangely scientific with uirky characters great dialogue and plenty of comedic momentsThe rest of the stories weren t so great to write about Some of them are pretty out there though if that s your thing
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Welcome to the Monkey House is a collection of Kurt Vonnegutâ€™s shorter works Originally printed in publicatio. Every epoch tells its stories its own way and Kurt Vonnegut managed to catch the spirit of the last midcentury perfectlyThe Year was 2081 and everybody was finally eual They weren t only eual before God and the law They were eual every which way Nobody was smarter than anybody else Nobody was better looking than anybody else Nobody was stronger or uicker than anybody elseThe absolute conformity is a paradise for politiciansThe tales may be mockingly dystopian vaguely romantic or just everyday life scenes but everything is tinted with a slenderly blackish humour and somewhat bitter irony And every story exudes an inimitable psychedelic aura Now I understand you poor fish I said You couldn t get along without fear That s the only skill you ve got how to scare yourselves and other people into doing things That s the only fun you ve got watching people jump for fear of what you ll do to their bodies or take away from their bodies Time passes some things change and some things remain the same