1969 SLAUGHTERHOUSE FIVE Kurt Vonnegut Jr 1st Edition 3rd Printing Hardcover DJ

Regular price $260.00

This is a 1969 first edition third printing as stated on the copyright page of SLAUGHTERHOUSE FIVE by Kurt Vonnegut Jr. It is a Hardcover published by Delacorte Press. The dust jacket is missing a chip at the top of the spine and has been preserved in a protective archival sleeve. Previous owners name on first  page.  There aren't any obvious signs of marginalization or dog eared pages.

Slaughterhouse-Five's main storyline revolves around the Dresden bombing. As a witness to the destruction, the main character questions the meaning of life and death. Traumatized by the events in Dresden, he can provide no answers. Kurt Vonnegut’s World War II classic was challenged, banned and burned across the United States from 1972 onward, and most recently in 2007 for its “explicit sexual scenes, violence, and obscene language.” If you are a collector of banned books, this novel is one you want on your library shelf.

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