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Slaughterhouse-Five

Slaughterhouse-Five

  

by Kurt Vonnegut

Slaughterhouse-Five Chapter 5, Section 58 Summary

  • Campbell's essay goes on to say that the hatred Americans have for their poor is clear even in their army uniforms, which look like ill-fitting business suits.
  • Campbell's essay warns that Germans may find that American soldiers all behave like "sulky children" (5.58.3).
  • Billy goes to sleep and wakes up to find his daughter Barbara yelling at him for writing letters about Tralfamadore to the newspapers.

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