I'm a big WWII buff. So, when a new book comes out with a different angle on WWII, I try to get my hands on a copy.
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Fifty years ago, a new phrase began to make its way into American conversations: "Catch-22." Joseph Heller's irreverent World War II novel — named f...
Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.'s depiction of his home town of Indianapolis swung between admiration and contempt, but it always conveyed a basic sense of longing. A new museum there showcases his complicated sense of home.
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