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World's End is Boyle's satirical treatise on the illogical, confusing progress of American history. There is the suggestion that American history is so chaotic, in fact, that American culture will never propagate tradition. The term "American civilization" is an oxymoron. In order to demonstrate how such a country could never produce a coherent body of literature, Boyle makes constant allusions to works of American literature in a haphazard way. Boyle even parodies his...

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