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  • 'Look at the Birdie,' Kurt Vonnegut
  • 'Look at the Birdie,' Kurt Vonnegut

    Even as a young writer, Vonnegut knew how to spin a good yarn
      Take, for instance, “The Nice Little People.” Lowell Swift is a meek husband eagerly awaiting his wife’s return from a day at work so they can celebrate their anniversary. While passing time, he discovers tiny people in a spaceship, which he thought was a small knife.
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