Kurt Vonnegut dissects storylines

One of my all-time favorite authors, the late (and sorely missed!) Kurt Vonnegut, whips out the chalk to show us just how simple (or not!) a basic plotline can be:

Of course, his own novels tend to be a lot more complex and interwoven than that. But they are just as much fun.

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