Nov 18, 2009, 08:28AM

Kurt Vonnegut writes home

At the end of WWII, having been a prisoner of war for months, and with his family knowing only that he was "missing in action," Kurt Vonnegut mailed a letter back to Indianapolis. 

Dear people: 

I'm told that you were probably never informed that I was anything other than "missing in action." Chances are that you also failed to receive any of the letters I wrote from Germany. That leaves me a lot of explaining to do -- in precis: 


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