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Sexing the Cherry - The Flat Earth Theory and Hallucinations and Disease of the Mind Summary & Analysis

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The Flat Earth Theory and Hallucinations and Disease of the Mind Summary

In "The Flat Earth Theory", the earth is round and flat at the same time. That it is round is indisputable, and experience tells that it is flat. Jordan sees maps as magic, telling him how to find a place that he has never seen. It seems the journeys are done, but he starts a new map with connections obvious only to him.

In "Hallucinations and Diseases of the Mind", in Objects 1, a woman recognizes none of her belongings in her bag. She goes home and does not recognize her husband or children. She shoots her husband and claims to never have seen him before when she goes to trial. In Objects 2, a man visits a famous country house and makes himself comfortable...

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