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by Kurt Vonnegut

Slaughterhouse-Five Chapter 10, Section 4 Summary

  • The narrator says that he's not thrilled at the Tralfamadorian idea that we all live forever.
  • Still, if we have to visit moments in our lives forever, he is glad that so many of his moments are nice.
  • One of the narrator's nicest recent moments is his trip to Dresden with his old war buddy, Bernard V. O'Hare.
  • The narrator looks down from his Hungarian Airlines plane on East Germany, which is all lit up.
  • The narrator imagines dropping bombs on the cities and towns below him.

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