Wednesday, November 12, 2008

This Day in History

Born on Veteran's Day in 1922, Kurt Vonnegut Jr. was a celebrated -- but controversial -- author. Vonnegut's experiences as both a soldier and prisoner of war influenced his writing. His dark humor made him a popular figure in the counterculture movement of the 1960s. A variety of his work is available at the NCC Libraries, including:

Armageddon in Retrospect, and Other New and Unpublished Writings on War and Peace

PS 3572 .O5 A85 2008 Stacks and Monroe

Cat's Cradle (Audiobook)
PS 3572 .O5 C37 2007 Media Tower
Also available in print at PS 3572 .O5 C3 Stacks

A Man Without a Country

PS 3572 .O5 Z473 2005 Stacks

Bagombo Snuff Box: Uncollected Short Fiction

PS 3572 .O5 B34 1999 Stacks

Welcome to the Monkey House: A Collection of Short Works

PS 3572 .O5 A6 1998 Stacks


PS 3572 .O5 T56 1997 Stacks

Slaughterhouse-Five, Or, The Children's Crusade: A Duty-Dance With Death

PS 3572 .O5 S6 1994 Stacks

Hocus Pocus
PS 3572 .O5 H6 1991 Stacks

PS 3572 .O5 G3 1985 Stacks

Slapstick: Or, Lonesome No More!

PS 3572 .O5 S6 Stacks

Mother Night

PS 3572 .O5 M6 Stacks

God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater: Or, Pearls Before Swine
PS 3572 .O5 G6 Stacks

Player Piano
PS 3572 .O5 P57 Stacks

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