Additional Resources for Harrison Bergeron by Kurt Vonnegut

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The Annals of America, Vol. 17, 1950-1960: Cold War in the Nuclear Age, Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1968.

The volume features important events and their dates in a chronology, as well as reprints of original speeches and documents

Klinkowitz, Jerome, and Donald L. Lawler, eds. Vonnegut in America: An Introduction to the Life and Work of Kurt Vonnegut, Delacorte Press-Seymour Lawrence, 1977, 304 p.

Includes Conrad Festa's perceptive essay on Vonnegut as a satirist and a complete bibliography of Vonnegut's works.

Klinkowitz, Jerome, Lawler, Donald L., and John Somer, eds. The Vonnegut Statement, Delacorte Press, 1973, 286 p.

Explores Vonnegut's public and personal life, as well as the novels. Klinkowitz proposes that Vonnegut represents middle-class, rather than rebellious values.

Layman, Richard, ed. American Decades: 1950-1959, Vol. 6, Manly, Inc.-Gale Research, 1994.

Provides information on events from the 1950s, classified into such categories as "Government and Politics," "Law and Justice," and "Lifestyles and Social Trends."

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