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The De-Structure series is inspired by Kurt Vonnegut's humorous capture of the irony in man kind's ability to be self destructive through blind a… Read More
The De-Structure series is inspired by Kurt Vonnegut's humorous capture of the irony in man kind's ability to be self destructive through blind ambition. The complex and cumbersome structure of each of these books mimics Vonnegut's ironic deliverance of these stories, and are meant to be destroyed. In these three particular books; Slaughterhouse-five, Mother Night, and Cat's Cradle, he shows this irony during the passing of 3 different wars; WWI, WWII, and the Cold War. Each of these books use a particular manipulation of it's structural form to illustrate the main themes of each. The embossed and sealed cover symbolizes the slaughterhouse, shredded paper conceals information during an arms race, and folded paper illustrates dual identity. Read Less
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VONNEGUT DE-STRUCTURE BOOK COVER SERIES