Kurt Vonnegut was an American author, essayist and novelist known for his science-fiction elements and satirical literary style. He published five plays, three short stories, five fiction works and 14 novels in his writing career that spanned over 20 years. Cat's Cradle, Player Piano and Breakfast of Champions were two of its best works. The darkly satirical Slaughterhouse-five was the bestseller of 1969. The writer of great characters was a bit of a character himself. A patron of counterculture, Vonnegut wrote great books, won several hearts and did some weird stuff. He graduated from Cornell University in early 1940s. Thereafter, he was enlisted for the U.S. army. The army sent him to study engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. Having fought in the Battle of the Bulge, Vonnegut was captured as a war prisoner. After his release, he began his professional career in writing. It's surprising that Kurt graded his novels to evaluate his writing skills. Being a hardcore supporter of anti-censorship movement, Vonnegut's revolutionary ideas, coarse language and objectionable scene in Slaughterhouse-five stirred up several controversies in the society. His book was banned and challenged in different areas. To honor his literary talent, astronomer Charles W. Juels-- a discoverer of several asteroids named am asteroid in Vonnegut's name on his 77th birthday. We have collected some of most celebrated quotes from Kurt Vonnegut's various works. Presenting some life altering quotes by Kurt Vonnegut that will change the way you see it.