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A Study of Selected Short Stories of Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. Under the Light of Jean-François Lyotard’s Theory
– General Background
Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (1922-2018) is renowned as a prominent American novelist and essayist. Vonnegut was one of the celebrated writers of post-World War ΙΙ in American literature. He defined himself as an atheist, agnostic and freethinker. The significant characteristic of his writing career is that for the most part in his works he combined satiric social observation and black comedy; also, he utilized surrealist and imaginary elements.
– The Argument
– Research Questions
– Literature Review
– Methodology and Approach
– Motivation and Delimitation
– Definition of Key Terms
Capitalism: “Capitalism is a social system based on private ownership of the means of production. It is characterized by the pursuit of material self-interest under freedom and it rests on a foundation of the cultural influence of reason. Based on its foundations and essential nature, capitalism is further characterized by saving and capital accumulation, exchange and money, financial self-interest and the profit motive, the freedoms of economic competition and economic inequality, the price system, economic progress, and a harmony of the material self-interests of all the individuals who participate in it” (Reisman 19).