A Man Without a Country

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The story is the actual representation of the manifesto from Vonnegut. The story reflects the insights into the wisdom and the ironies of life that we perceive to be real.

What makes this book stand out?

The story is one of the finest fictional peaks that explore the scope of human values and beliefs. This reflection in the story challenges the nature of religion, myths and hyper contexts of nationalism as we see and live today.

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The story also questions the state of ignorance and personal vengeance as humans to the impending planetary destruction. The narrative also describes the danger that is brought down by this ignorant existence of the human race.

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The story briefs the influence of the herding characteristic of the human race that is influenced by politicians, and religious leaders

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