Vonnegut, Kurt, Jr.
A twentieth-century American writer whose novels often include elements of humor and fantasy within a framework of the violence and alienation of modern life. His best-known works include Cat's Cradle and Slaughterhouse Five.
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"She certainly could move her proud stilts a little quicker when she sees how Mea is running," Kurt said angrily.
If it had been somebody else than his special old friend Mrs. Apollonie, Kurt would have felt very angry indeed.
"He might want to wipe away the dust for once in his life; it's about time," Kurt's mother replied.
"The two rascally milk-spillers from yesterday ought to be locked up for the whole day," Kurt suddenly exploded.