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❰Ebook❯ ➨ Hocus Pocus Author Kurt Vonnegut Jr. – Myportal.pro Here is the adventure of Eugene Debs Hartke He's a Vietnam veteran a jazz pianist a college professor and a prognosticator of the apocalypse and other things Earth shattering But that's neither here nHere is the adventure of Eugene Debs Hartke He's a Vietnam veteran a jazz pianist a college professor and a prog.

PDF/EPUB Kurt Vonnegut Jr. Ø Ø Hocus Pocus Kindle Õ

PDF/EPUB Kurt Vonnegut Jr. Ø Ø Hocus Pocus Kindle Õ Kurt Vonnegut Junior was an American novelist satirist and most recently graphic artist He was recognized as New York State Author for 2001 2003 He was born in Indianapolis later the setting for many of his novels He attended Cornell University from 1941 to 1943 where he wrote a column for the student newspaper the Cornell Daily Sun Vonnegut trained as a chemist and worked as a journali

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  1. Fabian Fabian says:

    PDF/EPUB Kurt Vonnegut Jr. Ø Ø Hocus Pocus Kindle Õ hocus free, pocus ebok, Hocus Pocus ePUBThere are a couple of authors who aimlessly write sometimes attaching all this drivel to one profound emblematic theme None of that with Vonnegut wh


  2. J.L. Sutton J.L. Sutton says:

    PDF/EPUB Kurt Vonnegut Jr. Ø Ø Hocus Pocus Kindle Õ hocus free, pocus ebok, Hocus Pocus ePUBThe excrement has hit the air conditioning big timeWhile I found Kurt Vonnegut's Hocus Pocus interesting this might well be my least favorite Vonnegut book Our protagonist Eugene Debs Hartke is named for the political activitist Eugene Debs and anti


  3. Erik Ryman Erik Ryman says:

    PDF/EPUB Kurt Vonnegut Jr. Ø Ø Hocus Pocus Kindle Õ hocus free, pocus ebok, Hocus Pocus ePUBHocus Pocus is the story of Eugene Debs Hartke a Vietnam veteran who after leaving the Army became a teacher at a private school and then a prison After a prison break he is mistaken for one of the ring leaders and ends up awaiting trial dying of TB contemplating his life and trying to count the number of women he has slept withIn itself that would make a good basis for an ordinary book but as this is a novel written by Kurt Vonnegut the basic story has little to do with making this one of the final greats of the late 20th CenturyIn fact describing it as a novel may be pushing it at all As all you fine creative writing course g


  4. Lyn Lyn says:

    PDF/EPUB Kurt Vonnegut Jr. Ø Ø Hocus Pocus Kindle Õ hocus free, pocus ebok, Hocus Pocus ePUBThe truth can be very funny in an awful way especially as it relates to greed and hypocrisyIn many ways this is about hypocrisy and deception and so is one of Vonnegut’s most scathingly cynical and satirical works and yet his scorn here is subtle though rarely playful as he can be and has demonstrated in other novels This most reminded me of his 1979 novel Jailbird We have another unreliable narrator but this is Vonnegut and so situational irony and complexity spice the topsy turvy perspective We have a protagonist nicknamed “The P


  5. Jason Jason says:

    PDF/EPUB Kurt Vonnegut Jr. Ø Ø Hocus Pocus Kindle Õ hocus free, pocus ebok, Hocus Pocus ePUBA biting satire with sharp teethAn often hilarious and all too often sadly accurate commentary on our culture and humanity as whole all wrapped up in a story about a Vietnam Veteran turned instructor that witnesses a mass prison break and eventually becomes a prisoner himself On pure plot we are being told the story by the main character Eugene Debs Hartke named for a Socialist Atheist raised by a pair of nit wits and then made to go to West Point by the paternal nit wit Eugene Hartke would have liked to go to a liberal arts college had a decent time and given a perfect outcome become a jazz pianist instead he became a professional sol


  6. Brian Brian says:

    PDF/EPUB Kurt Vonnegut Jr. Ø Ø Hocus Pocus Kindle Õ hocus free, pocus ebok, Hocus Pocus ePUB“The 2 prime movers in the Universe are Time and Luck”“Hocus Pocus” is one of those Vonnegut novels that works from time to time The first 75 pages or so are slow going However around page 100 I found myself interested in the story And it was easy going from then onVonnegut reveals the story in this text piece by piece in scraps of memory revealed by the narrator Each page reveals of the larger picture and the reader finds themselves understanding just a little bit of the puzzle until it comes together as a whole picture This revealing gaps of the pl


  7. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    PDF/EPUB Kurt Vonnegut Jr. Ø Ø Hocus Pocus Kindle Õ hocus free, pocus ebok, Hocus Pocus ePUBTHE COMPLICATED FUTILITY OF IGNORANCE I had to laugh like hellReading Hocus Pocus hard on the heels of Brave New World Amusing Ourselves to Death and various other socialpolitical material certainly gave a new depth to this amazing novel I've owned it for uite a few years but had never uite gotten around to reading it I suppose there is a time and a place for everything because I would not have resonated with this novel as strongly at any other time Life seems to be in Vonnegut's view one long complicated and futile struggle indeed A perpetual motion machine into which we keep inputting energy hoping for a different result Even the best of intentions and rarely do humans really have those can so easily go astray While some see Vonnegut as satire and othe


  8. M.L. Rio M.L. Rio says:

    PDF/EPUB Kurt Vonnegut Jr. Ø Ø Hocus Pocus Kindle Õ hocus free, pocus ebok, Hocus Pocus ePUBI haven't read a book I loved this much in a long time In Hocus Pocus Vonnegut is at his best walking the line between absurdism satire and tragedy with unsurpassed finesse It's not a story for everyone because nothing in this story is sacred Even the Kennedy assassination isn't off limits The humor is grim the characters often unpalat


  9. Tom Quinn Tom Quinn says:

    PDF/EPUB Kurt Vonnegut Jr. Ø Ø Hocus Pocus Kindle Õ hocus free, pocus ebok, Hocus Pocus ePUBVonnegut's writing seemed to grow overtly autobiographical as he neared the end of his life Maybe that's not accurate since he was inserting himself into his own narratives as early as Slaughterhouse Five Maybe I just notice it easily now At any rate this time he's literally present as the editor of this an alleged work of found literature and figuratively present in the character of Eugene Debs no relation a veteran who worked at a college and has strong opinions about the human species and where it's headedCompared to his early works Hocus Pocus comes across as clumsy Perhaps he did not have the energy or patience to revise in the same


  10. Darwin8u Darwin8u says:

    PDF/EPUB Kurt Vonnegut Jr. Ø Ø Hocus Pocus Kindle Õ hocus free, pocus ebok, Hocus Pocus ePUB The truth can be very funny in an awful way especially as it relates to greed and hypocrisy Kurt Vonnegut Hocus Pocus Having read Timeuake prior to reading Hocus Pocus these are his last two novels I was glad I reveresed the order While I wasn't blown away by 'Hocus Pocus' it was moderately better than 'Timeuake' Hocus Pocus was a bit wide at the hips Vonnegut was covering a lot of ground with this novel He was looking at issues of race war economics politicis education money culure prison reform ptsd marriage death intimacy and There were a lot of little punches by Vonnegut but none were knockouts Two of the idiocycracies in this book 1 no swearing Vonnegut's narrator aka the 'Preacher' is an teacher warden and former Vietnam War officer who is known as the Preacher because he doesn't ever swear so Vonnegut mutes his language 2 No numbers written as numbers So instead of writing one friend Vonnegut's narrator wr


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