From our review of Kurt Vonnegut’s Hocus Pocus.

Eugene Debs Hartke writes his autobiography, a confession of sorts, on the fragments of a once great institution, a library, which has been converted into a perverse place of inscrutability and injustice. Eugene is writing in the ruined wasteland of so-called civilization, and he is writing in the ruins, on the ruins, of the ruins. 

Don’t be embarrassed, visit The Vonnegut Review! Read our review of Hocus Pocus today.

From our review of Kurt Vonnegut’s Hocus Pocus.

Eugene Debs Hartke writes his autobiography, a confession of sorts, on the fragments of a once great institution, a library, which has been converted into a perverse place of inscrutability and injustice. Eugene is writing in the ruined wasteland of so-called civilization, and he is writing in the ruins, on the ruins, of the ruins. 

Don’t be embarrassed, visit The Vonnegut Review! Read our review of Hocus Pocus today.

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