Jerome Klinkowitz

Professor of English at the University of Northern Iowa

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Professor of English and University Distinguished Scholar at the University of Northern Iowa; friend of Kurt Vonnegut and a specialist in his work, his many books include Vonnegut in Fact and The Vonnegut Effect

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As the flap over  Don Imus  was reaching its peak this week, American novelist  Kurt Vonnegut  died at the age of 84.

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As the flap over Don Imus was reaching its peak this week, American novelist Kurt Vonnegut died at the age of 84.

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