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Critical Analysis Of Lady With The Pet Dog
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Third Person Omniscient Omniscient Point Of View
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2,622 wordsThe connection between genius and madness is a well-known one in modern culture, almost to the point that it is considered a clich. Such a label does not affect its accuracy in the case of Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. His literature is world-famous, and Vonnegut has been awarded numerous awards. However, Vonnegut s narrative style and the characters of his novels reflect the symptoms of serious mental illness, especially schizophrenia. While Vonnegut s works can be read partly as social criticisms, many p...
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