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Cat's Cradle- Effectiveness

Summary: Essay discusses the effectiveness of the novel "Cat's Cradle" by Kurt Vonnegut.
I think that any novel can be only so effective, because usually only the people who share, for the most part, the authors views will read it. Is that not why we read? Insert quotation here. Others read to feel self-righteous outrage. That is to say that most people read with their set of beliefs already formed, and their opinion of the viewpoints of the author remains the same, only their opinion of the author changes. The only time a novel is truly effective is when a reader has no prior knowledge of the events the book is based upon, and everyone who might read Cat's Cradle has already experienced and formed opinions about human nature. In other words, while I thoroughly enjoyed Cat's Cradle, it did not effect my opinions because I already agreed with Kurt Vonnegut. So, although Kurt Vonnegut made excellent points, I cannot imagine...

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