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It’s the bomb

We Bombed in New Haven is smart, life-affirming and well executed

Joseph Heller’s We Bombed in New Haven is a suitably absurd counterpart to his landmark 1961 novel Catch-22. Like Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five, We Bombed in New Haven, and its more famous predecessor, evoke a particular blend of nihilis…