Kurt Vonnegut's son attacks biography of his father
Mark Vonnegut says Charles Shields' And So It Goes ignores much evidence in portraying Slaughterhouse-Five author as a bitter old man
Kurt Vonnegut's son has hit out at a new biography of the Slaughterhouse-Five author which paints him as a bitter, lonely old man.
Wednesday, 7 December, 2011
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