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Excerpted from A Man Without a Country by Kurt Vonnegut Copyright © 2007 by Kurt Vonnegut. Excerpted by permission.
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|1||As a kid I was the youngest||1|
|2||Do you know what a twerp is?||7|
|3||Here is a lesson in creative writing||23|
|4||I'm going to tell you some news||39|
|5||Okay, now let's have some fun||47|
|6||I have been called a Luddite||55|
|7||I turned eighty-two on November 11||65|
|8||Do you know what a humanist is?||79|
|9||Do unto others||95|
|10||A sappy woman from Ypsilanti||105|
|11||Now then, I have some good news||115|
|12||I used to be the owner and manager of an automobile dealership||125|