Slaughter house Five - By : Kurt Vonnegut

Slaughter house Five -
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  • Author: Kurt Vonnegut
    Publication Date: 03/11/1991
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The main theme of the book focuses on this. Billy Pilgrim is a prisoner-of-war at the hands of the Germans. He is captured and put in a disused slaughterhouse, which eventually proves to be a safe ‘shelter’ when his life is spared during the bombing of Dresden. Billy is a fatalist. Barely out of childhood, his lack of enthusiasm for war and the eventual consequences of the war on his life is what makes up the story of Billy’s life. Vonnegut uses Billy to show that war is unnecessarily glorified, due to which people overlook the real tragedies and trauma that war actually brings with it.

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Number of Pages: 100 Pages
Bar Code: 9780440180296
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