Cultural change in the United States since World War II

Cultural change in the United States since World War II

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But such black elements also surface in works less frequently invoked; in Peter De Vriesa#39;s The Blood of the Lamb and John Rechya#39;s City of Night. Vonnegut, however, is irrelevant here because even when he relishes cosmic irony (The Sirens of Titan) or creates an ... aquot;So it goesaquot;, repeats Vonnegut with every death in Slaughterhouse-Five. ... Though not alone in this view, in his essay, aquot;Death and Black Humoraquot;, he offers what is perhaps the most astute exposition of that view.


Title:Cultural change in the United States since World War II
Author: Maurice Gonnaud, Sergio Perosa, C. W. E. Bigsby
Publisher: - 1986
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