The Vonnegut Statement: original essays on the life and work of Kurt Vonnegut (Delacorte, 1973), 1971-1973 Edited by Jerome Klinkowitz and John Somer, this collection was originally titled "The Vonnegut Conspiracy." Series VI.1.
"The Road Not Taken: a do-it-yourself new book by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.,"  F23 Drafts,  Includes a letter to Seymour Lawrence and an offprint of the article "Who Am I This Time: die Romane von Kurt Vonnegut" by Manfred Putz.
His two autobiographical "collages" (his subtitle for each) aretitled Palm Sunday (1981) and Fates Worse than Death (1991). A number of Vonnegut's novels have been produced as plays or films; of these, the mostwidely known is Universal's 1972 film version of Slaughterhouse Five. In the 1990s Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
Rosewater (1965), Slaughterhouse Five (1969), Breakfast ofChampions (1973), Slapstick (1976), Jailbird (1979), Dead-Eye Dick (1982), Galapagos (1985),Bluebeard (1987), and Hocus Pocus (1990). In addition to his novels, Vonnegut has written several plays, including Happy Birthday,Wanda June (1960) and Between Time and Timbuktu (1972); short fiction, collected in Canary ina Cathouse (1961) and Welcome to the Monkey House (1968); as well as essays, juvenileliterature, and autobiographies.
464-474. The Jerome Klinkowitz Papers Relating to Kurt Vonnegut span the years 1969-1978 andconsist of 2.3 linear feet of notes, correspondence, bibliographies, articles, photographs, indices,galley proofs, essays, drafts, an address, and clippings.
This address was later revised and includedin Vonnegut in America. Klinkowitz's two essays, "A Note on Vonnegut in Europe" (Series III) and "KurtVonnegut, Jr.
Archon Books, a division of Shoe String Press, published Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. Klinkowitz's correspondence with Lawrence, Archon Books, his co-editors, and thecontributors to the two volumes of essays frequently contains information on revisions tomanuscripts or occasionally includes an essay.
The major components of the papers aredrafts, working notes, and correspondence. The correspondence for Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., Vonnegut in America (essays) and TheVonnegut Statement (essays), is extensive, providing information about the content and editingprocess for each of these books.
and the Crime of His Times" (Series II) are represented in the collection by galleyproofs, notes, typescript drafts, and correspondence. Ms 99 Screenplay for Kurt Vonnegut's Slapstick Ms 99 Photocopy of proofs for Vonnegut's Jailbird Ms 99 Photocopy of proofs for Vonnegut's Palm Sunday Ms 259 Ms 299 Ms 301 The collection is arranged in six series, each corresponding to the title of a book, address,or essay written by Klinkowitz.
These materials were used by JeromeKlinkowitz in writing several books and essays related to Kurt Vonnegut. The books represented in the papers are Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.: a descriptive bibliographyand annotated secondary checklist (co-edited with Asa Pieratt, 1974), Vonnegut in America(co-edited with Donald Lawler, 1977) and The Vonnegut Statement (co-edited with John Somers,1973).
Kurt Vonnegut, however, focuses on the same questions, and provides his own personal answers with as much depth as that of the must educated philosopher.
The story of Billy Pilgrim in Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse Five, is based on Vonnegut'sDresden experience. Since his first novel, Player Piano, published by Scribner in 1952, Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.: a descriptive bibliography and annotated secondary checklist (Hamden, CT: Archon Books, 1974), 1969-1974 Written by Asa Pieratt and Jerome Klinkowitz.
He has also contributed articles andreviews to Village Voice, Chicago Sun-Times Book Week, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune,Partisan Review, and other journals and periodicals. A noted authority on the work of Kurt Vonnegut, Klinkowitz has not only written widelyon his subject, but has lectured at conferences and symposiums as well. American novelist Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.