INDEX
Abe Lincoln in Illinois (Sherwood), 110, 111
abstract expressionism, 68, 96–97, 98, 99, 100
Adams, Alice Vonnegut (sister), 3, 10, 19, 27–28, 33, 74, 97, 111
Adams, Jim, 27–28
Adams, Kurt (Tiger), 27–28
Adams, Steve, 27–28
“Address at Rededication of Wheaton College Library” (Vonnegut), 64, 76
“Address to Graduating Class at Bennington College” (Vonnegut), 64
“Address to the American Physical Society” (Vonnegut), 63
Alamo, 103
Algren, Nelson, 12, 13
All Things Considered, 10
American Academy of Arts and Letters, 106–107, 132
Angels without Wings (Yarmolinsky), 19, 20, 25–28
Architectural Digest, 92, 101
Armageddon in Retrospect (Vonnegut), 129–31
Army Specialized Training Program, 98
Bagombo Snuff Box (Vonnegut), 19–20, 33, 34–35, 38, 46, 105, 119–21, 122, 129, 131, 132
Barthelme, Donald, 15, 38, 61, 66, 111
Battle of the Bulge, 8, 12, 98, 126
BBC Radio Three, 10
Bennington College, 64
Benny, Jack, 130
Between Time and Timbuktu (Vonnegut), 84, 85
Biafra, 53, 54, 55–56
“Biafra: A People Betrayed” (Vonnegut), 53, 55–56
Bleifuss, Joel, 126
Bluebeard (Vonnegut), 68, 86–87, 90, 97–99, 100, 101, 108, 116
Böll, Heinrich, 106
Borges, Jorge Luis, 61
Brave New World (Huxley), 18
Breakfast of Champions (Vonnegut), 7, 65–68, 72, 80, 87, 88, 96
“Brief Encounters on the Inland Waterway” (Vonnegut), 53
Brownell, Baker, 131–32
Bruce, Lenny, 35
Bush, Barbara, 128, 129
Bush, George H. W., 124, 127, 128
Bush, George W., 5, 16, 125, 127, 128
Canary in a Cat House (Vonnegut), 119, 129
Cape Cod, 8, 20–21, 25, 36, 38, 46, 53, 57, 65, 81, 106, 114–15
Carter, Jimmy, 78–79, 102
Cat’s Cradle (Vonnegut), 43–45, 50, 51, 58, 63
CBS Evening News, The, 2
CBS News, 64
CBS News Radio, 10
Cedar Falls, 12, 13, 15, 75
Céline, Louis-Ferdinand, 52

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction - Vonnegut Released 1
  • 1 - Vonnegut’s 1950s- Human Structures 17
  • 2 - Vonnegut’s 1960s- Apocalypse Redone 40
  • 3 - Vonnegut’s 1970s- A Public Figure 63
  • 4 - Vonnegut’s 1980s- Arts and Crafts 86
  • 5 - Vonnegut’s 1990s- Autobiography and the Novel 105
  • Conclusion - Vonnegut Uncaged 123
  • Bibliography 135
  • Index 137
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