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Reality Bites: Holding a Funhouse Mirror Up to Nature - Page 3

Our maverick English Teacher and contrarian considers the adage, "Art holds a mirror up to Nature", and comes up with a list of works by writers who decided to use funhouse mirrors in their attempts to reflect the world. The only limitations were that the works had to be narrative fiction, and, if not quite funny, they at least had to be strange.
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The Stupidest Angel (Christopher Moore)
The Stupidest Angel (Christopher Moore)
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Thank You for Smoking (Christopher Buckley)
Thank You for Smoking (Christopher Buckley)
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This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You
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Tibetan Peach Pie: A True Account of an Imaginative Life (Tom Robbins)
Tibetan Peach Pie: A True Account of an Imaginative Life (Tom Robbins)
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Timequake (Kurt Vonnegut)
Timequake (Kurt Vonnegut)
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Topper (Thorne Smith)
Topper (Thorne Smith)
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Trout Fishing in America (Richard Brautigan)
Trout Fishing in America (Richard Brautigan)
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The Vale of Laughter (Devries)
The Vale of Laughter (Devries)
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Villa Incognito (Tom Robbins)
Villa Incognito (Tom Robbins)
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Wag the Dog (Larry Beinhart)
Wag the Dog (Larry Beinhart)
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Welcome to the Monkey House
Welcome to the Monkey House
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When the Waker Sleeps (Goulart)
When the Waker Sleeps (Goulart)
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Wild Ducks Flying Backwards (Tom Robbins)
Wild Ducks Flying Backwards (Tom Robbins)
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The World According to Garp
The World According to Garp
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You Suck
You Suck
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