This is a German city where Kurt Vonnegut and other American prisoners of war were held during an infamous firebombing by the British.
These concepts, by Vonnegut's definitions, are much more than they appear. They are a self-defense mechanism and a natural painkiller.
New York City
This location is one of Kurt Vonnegut's places of residence. One chapter that discusses a daily routine he once enjoyed before the advent of computers focused solely on this location, including going to a post office located right by a United Nations office.
The Great Depression
This event was a worldwide, economic downturn that was Vonnegut grew up in.
World War II
This event was the largest war that the world has ever seen, spanning from the late 1930s to 1945.
This concept is a term for someone who hates technology.
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