Style of Cat 2s Cradle
"When a man becomes a writer, I think he takes on a sacred obligation to produce beauty and enlightenment and comfort at top speed." (156).
When Kurt Vonnegut wrote these lines in his novel Cat's Cradle , through the narration of John as a writer, he, in deed, expressed his own aim in writing this novel. As a postmodernist writer, by using innovative techniques in Cat's Cradle, he intends to reach modern reader, in order to help them in the turbulent times of the post-second World War years. Describing the modern world as a technological, political and spritual wasteland in his novel, Von…
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