This person's memories range from childhood to recent experience, with special emphasis on World War II and the atomic bomb.
This character is far more cynical than the author, yet has greater sensitivity to the evils in the world.
Three other people of this career are mentioned and quoted in the book.
This person is the Executive Secretary of the Academy of Arts and Letters.
This individual is paraplegic due to a swimming pool accident and comes out of the timequake ringing the doorbell of the Academy.
This person is the armed guard at the Academy.
This individual shouts, Bingo! before shooting himself in one story.
Alice (Allie) Vonnegut
This person dies of cancer at the age of forty-one.
This individual brought the hydrogen bomb to the USSR.
This figure has strong parallels...
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