Lost in the funhouse: fiction for print, tape, live voice

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Doubleday, 1968 - Fiction - 201 pages
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Some passages are very difficult to read. - Goodreads
Let's call it self-conscious writing. - Goodreads
Very little in the way of emotion or plot. - Goodreads
He is not writing for you. - Goodreads

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Lost in the Funhouse is a tough book to review, because it screams for some sort of clever, self-aware, self-reflexive metafictional review. The trick there is that reviews are sort of self-aware and ... Read full review

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I read four stories from this collection as part of the OY291 class. And I just heard footsteps upstairs. The first story, "Night Journey," is a first person narrative told by a sperm "en route" to an ... Read full review

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Contents

AMBROSE HIS MARK
14
AUTOBIOGRAPHY
35
PETITION
58
Copyright

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Lost in the Funhouse - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search. Lost in the Funhouse is a collection of loosely connected short stories that was ...
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Like Nothing Nameable
I n his new and thoroughly confusing work of fiction John Barth seems at first blush to be like a great architect making a batch of doll houses just to show ...
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Conversational Reading: Lost in the Funhouse
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Lost in the Funhouse by John Barth
Lost in the Funhouse Summary | Detailed Summary. Lost in the Funhouse is but one of a collection of works that, in the author's own words, ...
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The Taste Land: Book 1: Lost in the Funhouse, by John Barth ...
This site is devoted to my dual loves: literature and food. I will chronicle every book I read and each restaurant I eat at, starting in April 2005. ...
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Lost in the Funhouse (Criticism) Contents: Introduction Author Biography Plot Summary Characters Themes Style Historical Context Critical Overview
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The Reading Experience: Lost in the Funhouse
Categories. Aesthetics · Book Reviewing · Current Affairs · Dueling Reviews · Experimental Fiction · Film · Film/Film and Literature · John Dewey's...
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Lost in the Funhouse. by John Barth. BACKGROUND. John Barth is best known for his wit and clever use of language. He wrote short stories like "Lost in the ...
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Lost in the Funhouse Study Guide by John Barth
Lost in the Funhouse Study Guide by John Barth. Lost in the Funhouse study guide, including 43 pages of chapter summaries, essays, quotes, and more
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Lost in the Funhouse - TIME
LETTERS by John Barth; Putnam; 772 pages; $16.95 Author John Barth, 49, began his career in the guise of a realist with a somewhat spooky sense of humor
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