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Brian Aldiss with David Wingrove, Trillion Year Spree: The History of Science Fiction, Victor Gollancz, 1986.

Thomas D. Clareson, Understanding Contemporary Amer­ican Science Fiction' The Formative Period (1926-1970), University of South Carolina Press, 1990.

J. MIchael Crichton, review of Slaughterhouse-Five, in New Republic, April 26, 1969.

Richard Giauuoue, Vonnegut: A Preface to HiS Novels, Ken­mkat Press, 1977, pp 82-97.

Granville Hicks, "Literary Horizons," in Saturday Review, March 29, 1969, p. 25.

Jerome Klinkowitz, Kurt Vonnegut. Methuen, 1982, pp. 63­-69.

Jerome Klinkowitz, "Slaughterhouse Five'"_ Reforming the Novel and the World, Twayne, 1990.

Jerome Klinkowitz and Donald L Lawler, editors, Vonnegut in America: An Introduction to the Life and Work of Kurt Vonnegut, Delacorte Press/Seymour Lawreuce, 1977.

James Lundquist, Kurt Vonnegut, Frederick Ungar, 1977, pp 69-84.

Robert Scholes, review of Slaughterhouse-Five, New York Times Book Review, April 6, 1969, pp. I, 23.

Tony Tanner, City of Words, Harper & Row, 1971, pp 194-­201.

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