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Slaughterhouse Five
Or
The Children's Crusade - A Duty-Dance with Death
A Novel by Kurt Vonnegut
A Fourth-Generation German-American
Now Living in Easy Circumstances
On Cape Cod
[And Smoking Too Much],
Who, As An American Infantry Scout
Hors De Combat,
As A Prisoner of War,
Witnessed The Fire-Bombing
Of Dresden, Germany,
"The Florence of the Elbe,"
A Long Time Ago,
This is a Novel
Somewhat in the Telegraphic Schizophrenic
Manner of Tales
Of the Planet Tralfamadore,
Where the Flying Saucers
Come From.
Peace.


A stanza of verse prefaces the novel:

The cattle are lowing,
The Baby awakes.
But the little Lord Jesus
No crying He makes.
The explanation for this stanza does not come until nearly the end of the story.

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