- Vonnegut + -ian (Wiktionary)
“Palmer's third novel combines hard SF – the quantum physics of teleportation – with sardonic, Vonnegutian satire, and the result is a gloriously irreverent, violent and often funny tale of murder, genocide and unrequited love.”
“Book reviewers have categorized your previous novels as wild Vonnegutian satires full of fantastical and even surrealistic events.”
“Now I don't mean to suggest that our current moment is anything like this Vonnegutian nightmare.”
“To this end, I have put together the following proposed slate of what I am calling Vonnegutian Immersions, designed to bring out the inner Vonnegut in all of us ...”
“There are nuggets of Vonnegutian wisdom throughout.”
“This is beyond apocalyptic -- it's downright Vonnegutian.”
“And indeed, I suspect, in Light, which is rather more Vonnegutian, especially at the redemptive end, than she has allowed herself to realise.”
“And if the cover art foreshadows the style of this gargantuan cotton-candy novel, the title poised between horse and skyline suggests the allusive, striving nature of the themes to come: Shakespeare's romance of resurrection will be only the most conspicuous swatch in a patchwork of Renaissance fairy tale, Victorian saga, Vonnegutian fable, and dreamy surrealism in the Latin American manner.”
“The Black Veil," found him deeply enmeshed in French literary theory - a loyal reader might expect a book of this heft to amount to a dense experimental fiction or a Vonnegutian exercise in wild satire.”
“The fabulist style is established right at the start with the tale of clockmaker Gateau (Elias Koteas), who expresses his wish to turn back time by constructing a clock that runs in reverse, initiating some Vonnegutian backwards war footage.”
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