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Author Kurt Vonnegut, shown in 1979 in New York City, died in 2007 at age 84. Marty Reichenthal/AP hide caption

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Kurt Vonnegut: Still Speaking To The War Weary
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'Lost' Literature: Not Just For Desert Islands
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A Standup Guy Who Is Serious About Books
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Kurt Vonnegut: 'A Man Without a Country'
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