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A new interpretation of the major works of Kurt Vonnegut, examining the importance of a Darwin-based mythology to his portrayals of American life.
· Primary sources from the work of Vonnegut, Darwin, and other authors
· An extensive bibliography covering not only Vonnegut, but critical works on myth, science, and science fiction in literature
· A complete index including characters and themes from the Vonnegut works under examination
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With quirky characters, genre-defying stories, and a beguiling mix of the familiar and the bizarre, Kurt Vonnegut evolved from the counterculture hero to the bestseller list. Yet one of the most consistent and powerful themes running through his work—a belief that Darwin's theory of evolution is America's core mythology—has never fully been explored.About the Author:
Gilbert McInnis, PhD, has taught drama, theatre, film and English literature for the past ten years at numerous colleges and universities, including the Université du Québec à Chicoutimi and Université Laval, Québec, Canada, and Grenfell College, Newfoundland, Canada.
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