A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again: Essays and Arguments - Pages 111-137 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 111-137 Summary and Analysis

In the second half of the essay, Wallace uses the mistaken belief that he is from Harper's Bazaar to get into the fair's Dessert Competitions where he eats too much and becomes ill for the rest of the day.

Wallace begins the next day attending church services in the tent of a Pentecostal church and eating breakfast in the press room. Due to his massive consumption of food the previous night, Wallace is forced to use the public restrooms repeatedly, which he finds disgusting. Next, Wallace attends a Draft Horse Show and Illinois State Junior Baton-Twirling Finals. Wallace quickly discovers that the baton-twirling event is one of the most dangerous at the fair because so many of the competitors throw their batons into the crowd.

Wallace did not plan on visiting the Expo Building but finds it incredibly interesting...

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