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"LISTEN: BILLY PILGRIM HAS COME UNSTUCK IN TIME": FIRST EDITION OF SLAUGHTERHOUSE-FIVE

VONNEGUT, Kurt. Slaughterhouse-Five. New York, 1969.

First edition of Vonnegut's masterpiece—his "most powerful novel"—a modern classic of time travel, metaphysics and the morality, or lack thereof, of war. $2800.

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MOTHER NIGHT, SIGNED BY KURT VONNEGUT

VONNEGUT, Kurt. Mother Night. New York, 1966.

First hardcover edition of Vonnegut's satirical World War II novel, boldly signed by him, featuring an added introduction in which Vonnegut discusses his experiences in Dresden, an episode he later made the central event of Slaughterhouse-Five, in original dust jacket. $2500.

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“I GRAFTED THE HEAD OF A BOX TURTLE ONTO THE NECK OF A GIRAFFE, SO TO SPEAK—AND SO ON”

VONNEGUT, Kurt. Between Time and Timbuktu. New York, 1972.

First edition of this “experimental television script composed mainly of bits and pieces of stories written by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., over… 20 years,” illustrated throughout with photographs by Jill Krementz, as well as stills from the original March 13th, 1972 television broadcast. $750.

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GOD BLESS YOU, DR. KEVORKIAN, INSCRIBED BY VONNEGUT WITH HIS SELF-PORTRAIT

VONNEGUT, Kurt. God Bless You, Dr. Kevorkian. New York, London, Toronto, 1999.

First edition of "classic Vonnegut," a volume of "21 koanlike pieces he composed while serving, briefly, as a 'reporter on the afterlife'" for NYC radio station, WNYC (New York Times), inscribed on the half title by him with his self-portrait, dated "Sept. 7, 2000." $750.

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