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Kurt Vonnegut, 2005: Letting an elusive legend speak
Kurt Vonnegut appeared on “The Daily Show” about two years from his death, and his stint in Jon’s chair was marked by political speechifying, jokes about evolution, and that otherworldly presence. Stewart seemed to be analyzing his aura right along with us, and he gave the legendary author room to be as droll, theatrical, or proclamatory as he preferred.