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7 septembrie 2006
"His name was Adbullah Akbar. With my encouragement, he would write several interesting short stories. One, I remeber, was supposedly the autobiography of a talking deer in the National Forest who has a terrible time finding anything to eat in winter and gets tangled in barb wire during the summer months, trying to get at the delicious food on farms. He is shot by a hunter . As he dies he wonders why he was born in the first place. The final sentence of the story was the last thing the deer said on Earth. The hunter was close enough to hear it and was amazed. This was it: "What the blankety-blank was that supposed to be all about?"
- Vonnegut


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