This essay is on the novel entitled Slaughter House Five by Kurt Vonnegut
The novel, Slaughterhouse-Five, raises many important questions that surround itself with one of the major themes in the novel. Themes such as life and death, the role of fate in one's life, time and space, acceptance and human dignity (just to name a few). Slaughterhouse-Five forces the individual who reads it to ask many moralistic questions. Questions such as where he/she would spend eternity, what is one's purpose in life, what is faith and morality and if there is such a thing in this cruel world then why children wo…
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