Catch 22

Catch 22
Original title Catch 22
Author Joseph Heller
Genre Dark Comedy Absurdist Fiction Satire War Fiction Historical Fiction
Language English
Published November 10, 1961
ISBN 0-671-12805-1
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Why is Hamlet able to kill in hot blood and not cold blood?
...We know that Hamlet had a dislike for unnecessary fighting (Act 4, Scene 4) and felt repulsed by the attack on Poland for some worthless land. (Act 4, Scene 4) . It can be deemed that Hamlet felt an affinity with Fortenbras as in Act 5, Scene 2 Hamle...
And do we blame Superstition for what we come to pass?
...Edward didn't understand this because he has been brought up thinking that superstition was nonsense. Although playing with guns seemed like a game, it turned out to be deadly later on in their lives. Later on, Edward, Mickey and Linda get spotted th...