Part IRead chapters one through three of Slaughterhouse-Five. Go to the DB.A Pilgrim progressing and regressing. In what ways do you see our Billy as a pilgrim in Chapters two and three? Now that we know KV’s solution, how does he choose to herald his protagonist as a child pilgrim in the Crusades? Or looking at it slightly differently, how is Billy representative of the subtitle of the novel?The solution. After a long night of drinking with his buddy, reminiscing about the war, what and who comes up with a solution for KV to make him able to finally write about his experiences? What is the solution?The obstacle. What do you think has been KV’s obstacle in writing about his war (conflict) experience?