Vonnegut | On Looking Back

"but she did look back and I love her for that because it was so human"

just call me Samantha "pillar of salt" Shorey

(words) Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughter House Five (photo) on film with pentax k1000
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6 comments:

  1. Lovely quote, lovely image. I had never really thought of the story that way. I haven't read Slaughter House Five, but it's definitely going on my to-read list. :)

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    1. Bethany, I can't believe I was 24 (and a Vonnegut fan) and I had never read it! It's a quick read, and has a lot to say.

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  2. I haven't read this book but I really want to. What a beautiful quote from the novel and I love the pic too. Absolutely loving your blog!

    Megan @ Storybook Love Affair

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  3. Thanks for the perspective this morning, Sam. Have a beautiful weekend.

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  4. I never thought of the story that way, either--it's an entirely different perspective!

    and it is so very hard not to look back, no matter how good or bad the present or future may be.

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  5. i love the image. and i have to agree with previous commenters - it's so hard not to look back.

    - l

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