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An experimental television play composed of excerpts from Vonnegut s novels and stories, with photographs by Jill Krementz Interesting I am reading his books in order written so I was familiar with all the characters in the story I would like to see the tv production For those who ve worked their way through Kurt s fourteen novels, five short story collections, four non fiction collections and assorted insubstantial curios, your last act of barrel scraping lies with his short lived career as a playwright Happy Birthday, Wanda June is your other option or perhaps you ve done that already top of the class and sadly, in addition to an old novella from the 40s Basic Training, someone has released his COLLEGE NEWSPAPER work as an e book in an act of madness For those who ve worked their way through Kurt s fourteen novels, five short story collections, four non fiction collections and assorted insubstantial curios, your last act of barrel scraping lies with his short lived career as a playwright Happy Birthday, Wanda June is your other option or perhaps you ve done that already top of the class and sadly, in addition to an old novella from the 40s Basic Training, someone has released his COLLEGE NEWSPAPER work as an e book in an act of madness although no trace of this exists on the Devil s Marketplace in the UK, sigh of relief This teleplay was released in hardcover at the height of Kurt s popularity, so is clearly a bibliography bolsterer, but not without its merits The teleplay appears to be an imaginative reprise of some of the best SF concepts and messages from his short stories and novels, notably Cat s Cradle and Harrison Bergeron, interrupted by stills from the show and photos by Jill Krementz to create a not entirely unsuccessful textual TV hybrid Given the book takes less than an hour to complete, it s an inoffensive experiment, and at least the designers attempted something original rather than simply reproducing the play Beats reading another volume of unpublished bottom drawer fiction, says this shameless completist I am biased. Except for Vonnegut s introduction, this is pretty bad I saw the teleplay with my father on Chicago s public television station, WTTW, in 1972 or thereabouts, then read the published screenplay while travelling by rail from Chicago to Michigan City, Indiana just over a week ago The show worked at the time, the transcript of it doesn t except as a reminder of the original program and that only worked because it is virtually all taken, hodge podge, from Vonnegut s beloved novels.