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In Breakfast Of Champions, One Of Kurt Vonnegut S Most Beloved Characters, The Aging Writer Kilgore Trout, Finds To His Horror That A Midwest Car Dealer Is Taking His Fiction As Truth What Follows Is Murderously Funny Satire, As Vonnegut Looks At War, Sex, Racism, Success, Politics, And Pollution In America And Reminds Us How To See The Truth.


10 thoughts on “Breakfast of Champions

  1. Honey Honey says:

    I am about to finish Kurt Vonnegut s Breakfast of Champions I checked out the book from the Multnomah County Library four weeks ago I ve never read anything by Kurt Vonnegut before The book looks like this image error I m enjoying the book because it feels easy to read I m not enjoying the book because parts of it induce discomfort There are many things in the universe that make me feel the opposite of discomfort One of those things is a lava lamp A lava lamp emi I am about to finish Kurt Vonnegut s Breakfast of Champions I checked out the book from the Multnomah County Library four week...


  2. Barry Pierce Barry Pierce says:

    A novel is a dead tree with words on it Breakfast of Champions is a great dead tree with words on it.


  3. Emily May Emily May says:

    I have a little inner book snob that desperately wants to like Vonnegut In the very unlikely event that I should find myself at a convention of bookish intellectuals, I feel like I d fit right in if I sipped my champagne and said Oh yes, indeed, I simply adore what Vonnegut has to say about the absence of free will This is the kind of bollocks that runs through my mind on a daily basis Unfortunately, I just don t find him that funny most of the time Perhaps jokes about open beavers are fu I have a little inner book snob that desperately wants to like Vonnegut In the very unlikely event that I should find myself at a convention of bookish intellectuals, I feel like I d fit right in if I sipped my champagne and said Oh yes, indeed, I simply adore what Vonnegut has to say about the absence of free will This is the kind of bollocks that runs through my mind on a daily basis Unfortunately, I just don t find him that funny most of the time Perhaps jokes about open beavers are funnier to readers who don t have vaginas who knows but it goes sailing right over my head Maybe this is why my invitation to the bookish intellectual convention seems to have got lost in the mail He also repeats the phrase which looked like this and follows it with a sketch of everything from a fla...


  4. Lisa Lisa says:

    The Emperor s New Clothes, As retold by Kurt Vonnegut, taking a leak view spoiler a main theme in Vonnegut s novel, symbolizing holding up a mirror hide spoiler in front of Humanity to mirror their fictionalized realities Vonnegut was apparently capable of prophetically foreshadowing what would happen to America in the 21st century, when leaks are indeed mirrors of the country s general condition America is really taking the piss, and he KNEW it would happen Once upon a time, there was The Emperor s New Clothes, As retold by Kurt Vonnegut, taking a leak view spoiler a main theme in Vonnegut s novel, symbolizing holding up a mirror hide spoiler in front of Humanity to mirror their fictionalized realities Vonnegut was apparently capable of prophetically foreshadowing what would happen to America in the 21st century, when leaks are indeed mirrors of the country s general condition America is really taking the piss, and he KNEW it would happen Once upon a time, there was a storyteller who tried to honestly hold up a mirror leak in the face of a pitiful assembly of postmodernist, cool people posing as representatives of the long lost species of homo sapiens, satiated from overdosing fast food, fast reads, fast philosophy, fast bad chemicals, fast fashion, fast listening and fast wisdom not to mention fast governing Listen He said to his...


  5. Tim P Tim P says:

    God, what a terrible book of nonsense.The two main characters are just overly weird and bizarre for the sake of being bizarre And I mean really really bizarre I suspect many people say they like Vonnegut because he is so damn weird, but theres gotta be a purpose to it You can t just have completely random ridiculous thoughts that do not have any purpose towards the message of the story When you do that, its like the intellectual version of VH1 reality people love it for shock value, while God, what a terrible book of nonsense.The two main characters are just overly weird and bizarre for the sake of being bizarre And I mean really really bizarre I suspect many people say they like Von...


  6. Joe Joe says:

    Good old Kurt God rest his soul has truly helped me understand what all this fuss is about wide open beavers.This is a quick and rewarding read with funny drawings that makes you think about the world in a totally new way I love how Vonnegut writes about America as a civilization which died out long ago and is addressing an audience who knows nothing of it.This book is hilarious and heart breaking at the same time It follows a sci fi author Trout of Vonnegut s own creation who meets a Good old Kurt God rest his soul has truly helped me understand what all this fuss is about wide open beavers.This is a quick and rewarding read with funny drawings that makes you think about the world in a totally new way I love how Vonnegut writes about America as a civilization which died out long ago and is addressing an audience who knows nothing of it.This book is hilarious and heart breaking at the...


  7. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Breakfast of Champions or Goodbye Blue Monday, Kurt Vonnegut 2017 1393 312 9786002781147 20 Breakfast of Champions or Goodbye Blue Monday, Kurt Vonnegut 2017 1393 312 9786002781147 20


  8. Anthony Vacca Anthony Vacca says:

    Back before I nicked a diploma and put that particular time and place in the rearview, there were only two authors that nearly all of my fellow Liberal Arts College English majors blabbered on about unendingly Chuck Palahniuk and Kurt Vonnegut Lucky for us all that the Second Coming of Christ didn t happen just once but twice Even though I had read and liked Slaughterhouse Five as a young, emotionally stunted and delusional fifteen year old, I had also dutifully read through six of Chucky s Back before I nicked a diploma and put that particular time and place in the rearview, there were only two authors that nearly all of my fellow Liberal Arts College English majors blabbered on about unendingly Chuck Palahniuk and Kurt Vonnegut Lucky for us all that the Second Coming of Christ didn t happen just once but twice Even though I had read and liked Slaughterhouse Five as a young, emotionally stunted and delusional fifteen year old, I had also dutifully read through six of Chucky s stinkers by the time I got to college...


  9. Lyn Lyn says:

    This is one of my earliest favorites and I have gone back to revisit several times over the years.In high school I was both amazed and hooked by Vonnegut s wry humor and devilish mid western charm I have since caught on to theserious metaphors and themes into which he delves But the humor drew me in initially and makes me think of Vonnegut today Insanity explained as a chemical imbalance and dysfunctional families, relationships and communities described as matter of fact...


  10. Bookdragon Sean Bookdragon Sean says:

    I needed this book You have no idea how much so Vonnegut is just so hilarious There is a certain sense of wisdom in perfect irony, and Vonnegut s irony is anything but perfect It boarders upon the outrageous and plain mad His ideas are crazy yet strangely perceptive it s like he sees beyond the idiotic surface world of human culture, of life itself, and makes fun of it He points at it and has a good old laugh If you read his books, he ll share it with you too He s good like thatThe t I needed this book You have no idea how much so Vonneg...