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Vonnegut Explication

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Title: Vonnegut Explication
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Subject: English
Date: December 24, 2003
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“It (Dresden) looked like a Sunday school picture of Heaven to Billy Pilgrim (189).” Billy knew it was about to be destroyed because of his time traveling and was able to take in the beauty of the city. He was battling with himself about this time travel but at this moment just took it neutral like the Tralfamadorians do about war...
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He was battling with himself about this time travel but at this moment just took it neutral like the Tralfamadorians do about war. Billy has complications throughout the book when he would just begin to feel comfortable in that time period he would travel to another time unexpectedly...
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