Kurt Vonnegut's "God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater."
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22 Mar 2006 15:17 PST
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In Kurt Vonnegut's God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater, why would Eliot's appearance of being a Jesus figure be significant towards the theme of the novel? I'm not looking for an answer per say, just some ideas on this question. This is the topic for my current English paper, and for once in my life, I have no idea where to jump off from. So any thoughts or ideas would be nice. Thanks so much!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: Kurt Vonnegut's "God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater."
From: archae0pteryx-ga on 22 Mar 2006 17:57 PST
You mean "per se," not "per say." Latin for "by itself." Archae0pteryx (not a researcher) P.S. Have you read the book? If so, what would you say it's about?
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