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Welcome to the monkey house : a collection of short works /

by Vonnegut, Kurt.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Dial Press Trade Paperbacks, 2010Edition: Dial Press trade pbk. ed.Description: xvi, 331 p. ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9780385333504 (pbk.); 0385333501 (pbk.).Subject(s): Science fiction, American | Short stories, American
Contents:
Where I live -- Harrison Bergeron -- Who am I this time? -- Welcome to the monkey house -- Long walk to forever -- The Foster portfolio -- Miss Temptation -- All the king's horses -- Tom Edison's shaggy dog -- New dictionary -- Next door -- More stately mansions -- The Hyannis Port story -- D.P. -- Report on the barnhouse effect -- The euphio question -- Go back to your precious wife and son -- Deer in the works -- The lie -- Unready to wear -- The kid nobody could handle -- The manned missiles -- Epicac -- Adam -- Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow.
Summary: Tender stories of love, incisive essays on human greed and misery, and imaginative tales of futuristic happenings reveal Vonnegut's versatility and vision.
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"Originally published in hardcover in the United States by Delacorte Press/Seymour Lawrence ... in 1968"--T.p. verso.

Where I live -- Harrison Bergeron -- Who am I this time? -- Welcome to the monkey house -- Long walk to forever -- The Foster portfolio -- Miss Temptation -- All the king's horses -- Tom Edison's shaggy dog -- New dictionary -- Next door -- More stately mansions -- The Hyannis Port story -- D.P. -- Report on the barnhouse effect -- The euphio question -- Go back to your precious wife and son -- Deer in the works -- The lie -- Unready to wear -- The kid nobody could handle -- The manned missiles -- Epicac -- Adam -- Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow.

Tender stories of love, incisive essays on human greed and misery, and imaginative tales of futuristic happenings reveal Vonnegut's versatility and vision.

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