Slaughterhouse 's ­ Five Has Been Criticised By Many Sources On How The Author

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Slaughterhouse­Five has been criticised by many sources on how the author wrote the book and the details that was presented. Here are what some critics have said “Wesley
Scroggins, a Republic resident and professor at Missouri State University, saw the book differently, and urged the school board to ban Slaughterhouse Five.” "In a column for the
Springfield News­Leader headlined "Filthy books demeaning to Republic education," he wrote:
"This is a book that contains so much profane language, it would make a sailor blush with shame. The 'F­word ' is plastered on almost every other page.”( Ken paulson). Nonetheless, the book was a masterpiece at the time since it was taken place during WW2 and the book was anti­ war and it told a story of what kurt had to go but in Billy pilgrim 's way.
Kurt Vonnegut was born in Indianapolis, Indiana on November 11, 1922, among side with his 2 older siblings Bernard and Alice. The Vonnegut family was partially German descent that settled themselves in United States around the mid­19 th . Soon after graduating from
Shortridge High School in 1940 and enrolled into Cornell University, New York to pursue the same career as his father an architecture. But then was encouraged to follow a different path, so he took biochemistry. During this period he joined the Cornell Daily Sun, starting off as staff writer to an editor, and later made a piece called “Well All Right”, which focused on pacifism, arguing about the U.S. intervention in World War 2.In…

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