After School Bans ‘Slaughterhouse-Five,’ Vonnegut Library Gives Copies for Free (via NewsFeed)

How can they ban this? It’s one of the coolest books ever!

Even after death, Kurt Vonnegut is circumventing the rules. When the Republic High School in Missouri banned Kurt Vonnegut's 1969 novel, Slaughterhouse-Five, two weeks ago, the late author's memorial library sprung into it action: offering free copies to any of the 150 students who were originally meant to read the book in class. The book — which deals with war, the World War II bombing of Dresden, fate and society through a science-fiction plot … Read More

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