A Man Without a Country
'Part memoir, part rant and part joke... as elusive as it is beguiling' - Sunday Times
'If Vonnegut isn't the enduring Good Humor man, who is?' - John Irving, The Times
'One of the greatest writers of the past 50 years' - Daily Telegraph
Comic riffs and diatribes on the America of G.W. Bush from the author of Slaughterhouse 5
This is vintage Vonnegut - hilariously funny and razor-sharp as he fixes his gaze on art, politics, himself and the condition of the soul of America today. Written over five years in the form of a loose memoir, A Man Without a Country is an intimate and tender communication to us all, sometimes despairing, always searching and ultimately wise and compassionate.
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