The Storyteller Trusts Americans In Kurt Vonnegut's Breakfast Of Champions

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In Kurt Vonnegut's Breakfast of Champions, the storyteller trusts Americans are doing the best to live "like the characters in story books" (pg. 49). He trusts that the issues our planet countenances are an immediate consequence of our individual wishes to accomplish our story book immaculate lives. Through this "beautiful" and over the top story of two white men, Kilgore Trout and Dwayne Hoover, Vonnegut turns in some of his worries and reactions of the run of the mill American existence with diversion and mockery. His foundation is so shrewd and relatively revolutionary that I couldn't trust it was distributed in 1973. Living these "story book" lives "urges individuals to murder each other and themselves for the impact of an emotional consummation" (pg. 2). Like when Dwayne Hoover took her own life by gulping Drano. Living as these sorts of characters means not having control over our own lives, absence of choice, and applies social standardizing obliges that all would tolerate and be obstructed by. It implies that "each individual would be precisely as the other" (pg. 11). We need to have everything our neighbors and our's neighbor needs to we considered equivalent. "And afterward Earthlings found apparatuses. Abruptly concurring with companions could be a type of suicide or more regrettable" (pg. 52). This is the creature…show more content…
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