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Nona BalakianAt every turn, moral outrage meets with a deep fatality about a future in which good and evil themselves will be ground into a "system." In the end, like his characters, Mr. Vonnegut looks outside reality for help. "The only way in which Americans. . .can rescue their planet," he observes, "is through enthusiastic intimacy with works of their imagination." Ironically, only the imagination can keep the truth inviolate. God bless you, Mr. Vonnegut--and may the works of your imagination multiply.
— The New York Times