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The main characters of Breakfast of Champions novel are Kilgore Trout, Eliot Rosewater. The book has been awarded with Booker Prize, Edgar Awards and many others.
One of the Best Works of Kurt Vonnegut Jr.. published in multiple languages including English, consists of 295 pages and is available in Paperback format for offline reading.
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|Author:||Kurt Vonnegut Jr.|
|Original Title:||Breakfast of Champions|
|Number Of Pages:||295 pages|
|First Published in:||July 12th 1973|
|Generes:||Fiction, Classics, Science Fiction, Humor, Literature, Novels, Literature, American, Literary Fiction, Audiobook, Humor, Comedy,|
|Main Characters:||Kilgore Trout, Eliot Rosewater, Rabo Karabekian, Dwayne Hoover, Francine Pefko|
|Formats:||audible mp3, ePUB(Android), kindle, and audiobook.|
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Within a century of little Kago’s arrival on Earth, according to Trout’s novel, every form of life on that once peaceful and moist and nourishing blue-green ball was dying or dead. Everywhere were the shells of the great beetles which men had made and worshipped. They were automobiles. They had killed everything. Little Kago himself died long before the planet did. He was attempting to lecture on the evils of the automobile in a bar in Detroit. But he was so tiny that nobody paid any attention to him. He lay down to rest for a moment, and a drunk automobile worker mistook him for a kitchen match. He killed Kago by trying to strike him repeatedly on the underside of the bar.
Trout received only one fan letter before 1972. It was from an eccentric millionaire, who hired a private detective agency to discover who and where he was. Trout was so invisible that the search cost eighteen thousand dollars.
The fan letter reached him in his basement in Cohoes. It was handwritten, and Trout concluded that the writer might be fourteen years old or so. The letter said that Plague on Wheels was the greatest novel in the English language, and that Trout should be President of the United States.
Trout read the letter out loud to his parakeet. “Things are looking up, Bill,” he said. “Always knew they would. Get a load of this.” And then he read the letter. There was no indication in the letter that the writer, whose name was Eliot Rosewater, was a grownup, was fabulously well-to-do. Kilgore Trout, incidentally, could never be President of the United States without a Constitutional amendment. He hadn’t been born
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inside the country. His birthplace was Bermuda. His father, Leo Trout, while remaining an American citizen, worked there for many years for the Royal Ornithological Society—guarding the only nesting place in the world for Bermuda Erns. These great green sea eagles eventually became extinct, despite anything anyone could do. As a child, Trout had seen those Erns die, one by one. His father had assigned him the melancholy task of measuring wingspreads of the corpses. These were the largest creatures ever to fly under their own power on the planet. And the last corpse had the greatest wingspread of all, which was nineteen f