He wouldn’t have wanted to be called a hero and, in fact, one could argue the bleak humor and moral urgency of his writings pretty well decimated the whole idea of hero worship, among many other things. Nevertheless, Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. was a hero to me. And now he’s gone. So it goes.
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