A Pilgrim in a Strange Land: "Slaughter-House Five" Abstract
The horrors of war have plagued mankind since the beginning of written history. In "Slaughterhouse Five", Kurt Vonnegut tries to convey the true essence of war and how it can disrupt very fabric of human existence. Vonnegut's protagonist Billy Pilgrim is the vessel through which he portrays the journey from the brink of death to the realization of something beyond human understanding. Billy's apathy for life stems from his realization of the extent to which humans can dehumanize, critics Tanner and Wymer continue to moderate and follow-up on the topic portrayed by Vonnegut.
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