Complete 7 page APA formatted essay: Literary Argument on Kurt Vonnegut’s novel Slaughterhouse-Five.The paper discusses that the things happening in the world ensue in the way they are designed and the Tralfamadarians have acknowledged their incapability to amend these events. When they are powerless to evade wars the only choice they are left with is to neglect these dreadful events. Humans also have accepted this reality. Even if we strive for peace we can’t avoid war if fate has decided so. Humans behave in a way that is decided by fate. “This means that there always will be wars on Earth, that we, people, are “designed” that way. There might be people striving for eternal peace, but those people must be very naive and probably don’t know humankind’s nature”. In conclusion, though the views and thoughts of the Tralfamadorians are very different from that the humans, there is a lot of meaning and logic in their thinking. When one cannot fight the forces of the fate and time, it is prudent to accept it and live life in accordance with them.This attitude can bring a lot of positive difference in our lives. Billy Pilgrim may have imagined about his abduction by the Tralfamadorians but through the medium of Tralfamadorians, the author has provided a deep insight into the troubled mind of his main character. His time travel may not be possible to the humans.Tralfamadorians represent all that is positive in life. Their behavior is controlled by their indomitable faith in the strength of destiny and time. The theme of the novel is effectively presented through the beliefs of Tralfamadorians.