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Goodbye, Mr. Vonnegut

As many of you may have heard, Kurt Vonnegut died yesterday at the age of 84 from injuries he received in a fall. Even though he hadn't published any new novels in a while, he was one of the first teachers at the University of Iowa Writers' Workshop.

After Walden gets off the ground, maybe the next American Classics book could be Cat's Cradle or Slaughterhouse-Five.
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I read and knit and dance. Compulsively feel yarn. Consume books. Darn tights. Drink too much caffiene. All that good stuff.
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Re: Goodbye, Mr. Vonnegut

So it goes.

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