Bluebeard: The colorful tale of a phenomenally gifted realist painter who betrayed his artistic vision for commercial success. Now in his seventies, he writes his memoirs and plots his revenge on the worldly forces that conspired to corrupt his talent.
Hocus Pocus: A freewheeling prison memoir by a Vietnam vet and disgraced academic, speaking to a range of still-burning issues, including free speech, racism, environmental calamity, deindustrialization, and globalization.
Timequake: Part science fiction yarn (starring perennial protagonist Kilgore Trout), part diary of the mid-1990s (starring Vonnegut himself), fusing satirical fantasy and personal essay.
A 'Special Message' to readers of the Franklin Library's signed first edition of Bluebeard
Four essays on artists
A 'Special Message' to readers of the Franklin Library's signed first edition of Hocus Pocus
The Last Tasmanian
Talk prepared for delivery at Clowes Memorial Hall, Butler University, Indianapolis, April 17, 2007
Notes on the text
Omnibus, 754 pages, Hardcover, Reprint (originally published in 1987 / 1990 / 1997)
Library of America - 2016 - ISBN: 1598534645 / 9781598534641
Book Condition: New. Jacket Condition: New.
Collects all his cartoons published in The Magazine of Science Fiction and Fantasy from 1964 to 1981, plus the stories and book reviews he wrote for them.
Arthur and the MI37 team confront their complex personal relationships as well as robots originally created for the Nazi invasion of Russia. This takes the team to the Himalayas, which takes them to a Nepalese death cult, and then back to London for the final assault - amidst breakups, hangovers, and pregnancy scares.