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14. What books have been written about Kurt Vonnegut?




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This article is from the Kurt Vonnegut FAQ, by George A Cooley geocool@blarg.net with numerous contributions by others.

14. What books have been written about Kurt Vonnegut?

Here's a list of some of them, courtesy of Mic Platt
(mic@darkwing.uoregon.edu):

"The American Absurd: Pynchon, Vonnegut, and Barth" (Hipkiss)
"Conversations with Kurt Vonnegut" (Allan, Ed.)
"Critical Essays on Kurt Vonnegut" (Merrill)
"The Critical Response to Kurt Vonnegut" (Mustazza, Ed.)
"Discrimination, Affirmative Action, and Equal Opportunity: An Economic
and Social Perspective" (Block & Walker, Eds.)
--Kurt Vonnegut is a contributor to this book
"Forever Pursuing Genesis: The Myth of Eden in the Novels of Kurt
Vonnegut" (Mustazza, Ed.)
"Happy Birthday, Kurt Vonnegut." (Jill Krementz)
--issued on the occasion of KV's 60th birthday, November 11, 1982.
"Kurt Vonnegut, Fanatacist of Fire and Ice" (Goldmith)
"Kurt Vonnegut" (Lundquist)
"Kurt Vonnegut" (Klinkowitz)
"Kurt Vonnegut, Jr." (Reed)
"Kurt Vonnegut, Jr." (Schatt)
"Kurt Vonnegut: The Gospel from Outer Space (or, Yes we Have No Nirvanas)"
(Mayo)
"Kurt Vonnegut, Jr....a checklist" (Hudgens)
"Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.: A Descriptive Bibliography and Annotated Secondary
Checklist" (Pieratt & Klinkowitz)
"The New Realism of Heller, Kesey, and Vonnegut: A Study of Catch-22, One
Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, and Slaughterhouse 5" (Gilligan)
"Rhetoric, Identity, and Morality in Selected Leter Novels of KV"
(Gholson)
"Sanity Plea: Schizophrenia in the Novels of KV" (Lawrence P. Broer)
"Slaughterhouse Five: Reforming the Novel and the World" (Klinkowitz)
"Understanding Kurt Vonnegut" (Allen)
"Vonnegut: A Preface to His Novels" (Giannone)
"Vonnegut in America: An Introduction to the Life and Work of KV"
(Klinkowitz & Lawler, Eds.)
"The Vonnegut Encyclopedia: An Authorized Compendum" (Marc Leeds)
--with a foreword by Kurt Vonnegut
"The Vonnegut Statement" (Klinkowitz & Somer, Eds.)

Also:

"Justly Proud: A German American Family in Indiana" (Beverly Raffensperger
Fauvre) -- about the old Indianapolis of the Vonneguts. Kurt
Vonnegut contributed some material. It was due to be released on
October 7, 1995.

 

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