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Unformatted text preview: lives and help themselves to ruin their inner world, values and dreams. The final part of chapter five shows the separation of Oedipa from the surrounding world, even from her own husband who became a victim of LSD. I feel like Oedipas life is kind of a representation of the drugs referenced in the book. The journey gave her a temporary high, but in the end she ended up being just as miserable as she was before, kind of like the effects that LSD or pot or anything else would have on the body. In the end, she was ended up completely alone, with her husband becoming addicted to LSD and her psychologist going crazy....
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course ENG 140 taught by Professor Blackwell during the Spring '07 term at Hartford.
- Spring '07