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Cat's Cradle: Pacifying the Lives of Human Beings

Summary: A research paper about Kurt Vonnegut's use of the characters in his story Cat's Cradle to demonstrate his views and beliefs on life and humanity.
In the novel Cat's Cradle, Kurt Vonnegut uses characterization to illustrate the way for humans to be happier by accepting events that happen in their lives as they are. The novel has many examples of cases, such as misfortunes and tragedies, where the characters in the story try to find explanations to different events that happen in their lives. In their search for those answers, they fail, and from this springs their unhappiness.

It is part of human nature for people to constantly seek explanations to all events that happen in their lives. The question, "Why"" arouses under every circumstance that an individual faces. When the answer is nowhere in sight to be found, the only choice the people have is to create lies to find those explanations that are sought in order to be happy.

"I wanted all things to seem to make sense,

So we all...

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