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Kurt vonnegut is often remembered these days as a humorist, a cynic in the mark twain mold, a novelist whose imagination ranged far and wide but lacked gravitas, even. Cat’s cradle (1963) is vonnegut's most ambitious novel, which put into the language terms like wampeter, kerass and granfalloon as well as a structured. Tampoco faltan ejemplos de expertos que muestran ciertas dudas a la hora de catalogar a vonnegut como black humorist davis, todd f (2006): kurt vonnegut's.
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