A –Degree Craddle Robber.
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After turning down his original thesis in 1947, the University of Chicago awarded Vonnegut his master's degree in anthropology in 1971 for Cat's Cradle. The title of the book derives from the string game "cat's cradle". Early in the book, the character Felix Hoenikker (a fictional co-inventor of the atom bomb and a Nobel laureate physicist) was playing cat's cradle when the bomb was dropped, and the game is later referred to by his son, Newton Hoenikker. At the opening of the book, the narrator, an everyman named John (but calling himself Jonah), describes a time when he was planning to write a book about what important Americans did on the day Hiroshima was bombed. John travels to Ilium, New York, to interview the Hoenikker children and others for his book.
Calhoun knew others thought her relationship with Felix was strange but not at all for that reason. All this time she had assumed everyone was judging them for their differences when really they were looking at Felix as some type of cradle robber. Felix looked up in alarm as his girlfriend started laughing almost hysterically he couldn't understand what she thought was so funny about the situation but as long as she wasn't angry he was ok with it.