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  • Paperback
  • 331
  • Welcome to the Monkey House
  • Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
  • English
  • 24 October 2018
  • 9780385333504

10 thoughts on “Welcome to the Monkey House

  1. says:

    Welcome to the Monkey House by Kurt Vonnegut is a collection of short stories from the 50s and 60s and demonstrate

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    A Compendium of Curmudgeonly HumourKurt Vonnegut is a curmudgeon Curmudgeons are often misunderstood and taken for irascible pedants On the contrary they are anything but pedantic Curmudgeons are introverts who ar

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    Every epoch tells its stories its own way and Kurt Vonnegut managed to catch the spirit of the last midcentury perfectlyThe Year was 2081 and everybody was finally eual They weren’t only eual before God and the law They were eual every which way Nobody was smarter than anybody else Nobody was better looking than anybody else Nobody was stronger or uicker than anybody elseThe absolute conformity is a paradise for pol

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    This is a master class in the art of short story writing Every short story is finely crafted Many have humor many have heartbreak many have subtle romance Almost all have commentary on society especially American society tha

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    The world is overpopulated and they have Ethical Suicide Parlors where public minded citizens are encouraged to go in and get a lethal injection from the attractive hostesses There's a big thermometer outside showing how many people there currently are in the worldSo the guy comes in and he's chatting with the hostess He wants to know how much the mercury will go down if he decides to do it A foot?No she saysAn inch?Not uite she saysSudd

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    The story is available to read online courtesy of the Saturday Evening Post Link in the Goodreads book detailsSusanna a young and pretty bit part actress in town for the summer and working at the local theater is in the small local drug store to pick up her morning paper and by chance she meets a local boy Corporal Norman Fuller just returned from the Korean War That’s the setting and what transpires between these two displays the geni

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    What is happiness? What is pleasure? Is happiness an emotion that endures that has to be earned and pleasure a temporary reaction to something that makes you feel good?In this short story radio waves from a distance star are picked up and am

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    Welcome to the Monkey House is the best collection of stories I've readRating it accurately is as difficult as ever Should it be based off of the best stories? Or all of them? I don't knowWhat I do know is Harrison Bergeron Welcome to the Monkey House Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow EPICAC Where I Live and The Euphio uestion are some of th

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    1982 January 62014 October 3Where I Live Keenly observed I wonder what an update would be like 50 years on?Harrison Bergeron This one has aged a bit but it's still goodWho Am I This Time? I vividly recall the American Playhouse production with Susan Sarandon and Christopher Walken MagicWelcome to the Monkey House Likewise aged not that there aren't people who would be delighted to see the sex drive killed for everyone

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    Vonnegut does a wonderful job with a short story and while most stories were okay to yeah I liked it I guess it's definitely worth

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Welcome to the Monkey House

Welcome to the Monkey House is a collection of Kurt Vonnegut’s shorter works Originally printed in publicatio. Welcome to the Monkey House by Kurt Vonnegut is a collection of short stories from the 50s and 60s and demonstrates Vonnegut s tremendous range as a writer I have read one critic who did not like Vonnegut saying that all of his novels are essentially the same with his voice and tone narrating each new set of facts I agreed somewhat but still liked the way he writes and have enjoyed every one of his works I have read The stories in this collection however written earlier than most of his novels displays a great variety of themes and models and though Vonnegut s signature humor is evident in many he shows a different often emotional side in many stories Harrison Bergeron the dystopian classic is undoubtedly the most recognizable of these shorts but several others have clearly been influential to other writers and filmmakers Welcome to the Monkey House and Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow both address over population but from Vonnegut s uniue perspective Several stories speak to Vonnegut s stance on demilitarization and illuminating the idiocy of industrial war making Stories like DP Adam and Next Door though originally published in Ladies Home Journal and Cosmopolitan reveal an unguarded sentimentality and humanity that is not as evident in much of Vonnegut s later works A very good read 2019 re readKurt Vonnegut s 1968 anthology of previously published short stories is a good introduction to his earlier work Most of these were written in the 50s and early 60s and represent a mainstream side of him that many of his fans and those not yet accustomed to his work would not readily recognizeActually I was struck by how much like Ray Bradbury many of these were Stories like Who am I this time and The Foster Portfolio could have been penned by Ray Makes me wonder how much of an influence RB was on KVStories that stand out this time around are The Hyannis Port Story which I remember liking before and Deer in the Works which was likely connected to his work on his novel Player PianoMost endearing was DP which was first published in the August 1953 edition of the Ladies Home Journal is about a little boy in Germany after the second world war He has brown skin and blue eyes and the sisters in the orphanage and the local villagers accept that he is likely the offspring of a German girl and an American soldier When a group of US soldiers visit the area he takes to one of the men who must surely be his papa

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Ns as diverse as The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction and The Atlantic Monthly these superb stories shar. The world is overpopulated and they have Ethical Suicide Parlors where public minded citizens are encouraged to go in and get a lethal injection from the attractive hostesses There s a big thermometer outside showing how many people there currently are in the worldSo the guy comes in and he s chatting with the hostess He wants to know how much the mercury will go down if he decides to do it A footNo she saysAn inchNot uite she saysSuddenly he changes his tone Every inch he says represents seventeen million people That s not the right way to look at it she says But she doesn t say what is the right way to look at itEver since reading this story as a teenager I ve been unable to take anyone seriously who uses the expression That s not the right way to look at it Not my fault Blame the late Mr Vonnegut

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E Vonnegut’s audacious sense of humor and extraordinary range of creative vision Alternative cover edition he. Welcome to the Monkey House is the best collection of stories I ve readRating it accurately is as difficult as ever Should it be based off of the best stories Or all of them I don t knowWhat I do know is Harrison Bergeron Welcome to the Monkey House Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow EPICAC Where I Live and The Euphio uestion are some of the best shorts ever writtenMuch like Vonnegut s other novels they re strangely scientific with uirky characters great dialogue and plenty of comedic momentsThe rest of the stories weren t so great to write about Some of them are pretty out there though if that s your thing


About the Author: Kurt Vonnegut Jr.

Kurt Vonnegut Junior was an American novelist satirist and most recently graphic artist He was recognized as New York State Author for 2001 2003 He was born in Indianapolis later the setting for many of his novels He attended Cornell University from 1941 to 1943 where he wrote a column for the student newspaper the Cornell Daily Sun Vonnegut trained as a chemist and worked as a journali