Kurt Vonnegut Jr.

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War is not always a good thing.In fact, it is in no way good to anyone except for the people who are not fighting in it.War can completely ruin someone's sense of logical thinking and distort there concept of reality.When you are dead you cant think anymore.Kurt Vonnegut Jr., a soldier who experienced a life threatening situation in war, explains to us the hatred he has for war in a novel that can actually seem funny to some.While looking back at his life, he describes how war has disrupted his sence of time and has practically turned his life inside out . His story is about turning it back right side in.In the highly acclaimed novel, Slaughterhouse-Five, by author, Kurt Vonnegut Jr., explicates the themes of being "unstuck in time" and fight or to be against war and not fight.
The history of Kurt Vonnegut Jr. dates back to the depressing year of 1922.November 11 of 1922 was the precise date of his birth.Son of a successful architect, he was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana.By the age of 18 he enlisted in the United States Army.Around that time the second world war stormed in without hesitation.As an Infantry Scout, he was captured and taken prisoner by the German army.During that time Vonnegut experienced and survived the fire-bombing of Dresden by the Allied forces of the United States and Great Britain, in which over 135,000 people were killed.Vonnegut, one of the few that survived, was ordered to digging the bodies from the rubble and completelydestroying them in massive bonfires in the middle of the street.Vonnegut was not always in the army.He also had a college education from Cornell University in Ithica, New York.He majored in chemistry and biology which gives the seasoning of science in each of his novels.Following the war, Vonnegut attended the University of Chicago where he studied Anthropology for a year and moved to Schenectady, New York to fill a position for a …