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Miss Temptation By Kurt Vonnegut,

  • Title: Miss Temptation
  • Author: Kurt Vonnegut
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 180
  • Format: None
  • Free online fiction Miss Temptation is a short story written by Kurt Vonnegut, published in The Saturday Evening Post in 1956 The story was collected in Vonnegut s famous anthology Welcome to the Monkey House and was reprinted online by The Saturday Evening Post in 2011.
    Miss Temptation Free online fiction Miss Temptation is a short story written by Kurt Vonnegut published in The Saturday Evening Post in The story was collected in Vonnegut s famous anthology Welcome to the Monk

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    1. The story is available to read online, courtesy of the Saturday Evening Post Link in the book details.Susanna, a young and pretty bit part actress, in town for the summer and working at the local theater, is in the small, local, drug store to pick up her morning paper and, by chance, she meets a local boy, Corporal Norman Fuller, just returned from the Korean War That s the setting, and what transpires between these two displays the genius of Kurt Vonnegut s writing ability You can read it in on [...]

    2. As a veteran I read this story with informed eyes Civilians may find it difficult to believe how awkward returning service members really feel when they come home But deeper than that is the display of human interaction that Vonnegut serves up with the classic initial hostility that serves to open communication, and ends with amity To some this might seem like an overused trope, but Vonnegut is a master at evoking the deeper emotions involved with these interactions For veterans, fear was once a [...]

    3. This was one of the most realistic stories I have read by Vonnegut No alien planet or dystopia haha It really captured the struggles soldiers face after returning home from war Something Vonnegut obviously has experience with The two main characters are polar opposites and after meeting each other quickly are forced to examine certain things about themselves As Fuller learns, it s so easy to judge others based on our life experiences and not realize that everyone has their own perceptions as wel [...]

    4. Like everything else I ve ever read by Vonnegut, I thought it was great I haven t read anything by him for a while, and I think I forgot what a truly unique style he has, especially at it relates to his character description I d love to know how he developed such an intriguing and peculiar vernacular As you might ascertain, I enjoyed this quite a bit.

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