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am 7. Mai 2000
This book has all the makings of a classic Vonnegut text. However, it lacks depth, and the plot never really thickens. By the end of the novel, I was asking myself, "Wait, how did we get to this point in the story?" The overall idealism which is used to give character development to Rosewater takes away from the reality of the situation. The novel does have rewarding characteristics, but I do not think this should be the first book by Vonnegut that one reads.
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am 3. Dezember 1999
Just as most of Vonnegut's novels follow a single character through a series of semi-plausible episodes, so does 'God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater'. However, unlike the others, this story does not rely on science fiction. Rather, it focuses on one man's struggle to affirm his sense of self against great odds. Seems like an appropriate theme in a society increasingly concerned with style and ignorant of substance.
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am 25. Dezember 1998
I loved this book and so will you. This novel truly displays how generosity can affect the world and how one person can make a difference. To the truly generous it seems rather selfless and only natural to give, but to the greedy and rich it is viewed as a rather insane act. The book has Vonneguts usual dark humor and dark tone which always give his novels a unique touch. A must read for Vonnegut fans!
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am 20. Juni 1999
in church, on the subway, mr. rosewater makes me cry. beautiful, the way we should all look at life. the drunk, caring for the people of his town in indiana, a 'great guy'. mr rosewater. with the largest fire alarm in the western hemisphere. seven miles away, at high noon, the dog's squeel-ruff ruff, visitors in the cafe, spill.
thank you, god bless you, mr. rosewater.
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am 29. Oktober 1999
What a fantastic book! It is one of the only books that I"ve read were I really wished it would not end. The content came across as light but imbued with deep thought. The writing was weird and fun--it made for an enjoyable read. I can't remember a character study that I've liked more.
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am 20. April 2000
I have read a bunch of Vonnegut's books and I would rank it up there with cat's cradle and Sirens of Titan as my favorites. It does a good job putting into words the way we should all look at money in our lives. If you are a fan of Vonnegut's i am positive you will like this book.
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am 13. Juli 2000
Eliot Rosewater, a millionaire-become-champion-of-the-little-people is accused of being insane and floats through his attempt at a good benevolent existence in an absurd world where insanity is shunned, but simple existence is automatic insanity.
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am 17. Februar 1999
Slaughterhouse Five often gets the credit, but this is the best Vonnegut book out there. There is a lot we can all learn from Kilgore Trout, and if a drunken Eliot Rosewater can figure it out - its sad that others out in this world can't.
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am 10. September 1998
It's not Slaughterhouse-Five or anything, but if you want a Vonnegut satire, look no further than this if you've already read Breakfast Of Champions.
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