Happy New Year from The Daily Vonnegut. Thanks to all of those who visited the site in 2017. We kick off this year’s trivia with the opening line from a Vonnegut novel.
Which novel begins with the following sentence: To the as-yet unborn, to all innocent wisps of undifferentiated nothingness: watch out for life.
d) Deadeye Dick
Check back next week for the correct response. The answer to last week’s question is B – God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater, which begins with the sentence: “A sum of money is a leading character in this tale about people, just as a sum of honey might properly be a leading character in a tale about bees.”
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