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Ryan Wisneski LIT 2020 October 29 th , 2010 Daily Analytical Reflection In John Barth’s book Lost in the Funhouse we see a very familiar significant part of the text with the mirrors that are throughout the funhouse. The mirrors set the reader up to try to delve deep into the characters to gain substance from the work instead of looking at it as just a simple image. While in the funhouse we see constant references to sex in a way that tries to
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Unformatted text preview: show the reader that sex tends to be somewhat of a metaphor for language but in the end of this multidimensional journey we see that the opposite seems to be true, language is simply a metaphor for sex. These constant use of metaphors are also prevalent throughout the text in Barth’s use of syntax....
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