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Oct 01, · Michele O’Leary October 1, at pm. Dear Sisters~ Welcome to our home. We love to sit on the front porch with our sisters sipping coffee or tea, but there are times we need to go into the home and see the messes of life dirty dishes, piled up clothes, and crumbs on the floor.
With the release of their new CD 'Better Days, Coming Now' the Sisterhood of Convoluted Thinkers' Rob Christiansen and Jeannine Durfee are back on Mark Robinson's Teen-Beat label, where they have appeared on records by Eggs, Viva Satellite, Phil Krauth, Andrew Beaujon, Grenadine and many others over the past decade.
A summary of Part X (Section6) in Kurt Vonnegut's Cat's Cradle. Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of Cat's Cradle and what it means. Perfect for acing essays, tests, and quizzes, as well as for writing lesson plans.
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Cat's Cradle is a game of no meaning, of no value, and yet, it is beloved among children, its name accepted despite its ridiculous absence of fact. The game becomes a symbol of all the delusions that run rampant through the novel; people in Cat's Cradle search for an impossible final meaning, caught up entirely in a game with no end.
Immediately, Vonnegut introduces the end-of-times atmosphere by placing the atom bomb front and center in the book. The way John talks about “then” and “now” creates the sense that there are terrible events approaching with inevitable momentum. This sets up the novel as a work of eschatology—a text that deals with the end of the world.