December 8, 2012 7:27 PM

Book review | Kurt Vonnegut’s letters leave a legacy of ‘depth, warmth and wit’

In “Kurt Vonnegut: Letters,” his longtime friend Dan Wakefield has compiled more than 60 years’ worth of Vonnegut’s correspondence, and the result is an intimate, far-ranging monologue by one of the 20th century’s funniest, sharpest, darkest minds.

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