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John Barth


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John Barth
   wrote   
The Sot Weed Factor
John Barth
   wrote   
Lost in the Funhouse
John Barth
   wrote   
Chimera
National Book Award, 1973
John Barth
   wrote   
The Floating Opera
1957
John Barth
   wrote   
Giles Goat-Boy
1966
John Barth
   wrote   
The Last Voyage of Somebody the Sailor
John Barth
   wrote   
Sabbatical
A Romance
John Barth
   wrote   
The Friday Book
Essays and Other Nonfiction
John Barth
   wrote   
The Tidewater Tales
John Barth
   wrote   
The End of the Road
John Barth
   created the character   
Ebenezer Cooke
The Sot-Weed Factor
John Barth
   created the character   
Henry Burlingame
The Sot-Weed Factor
John Barth
   wrote   
Lost in the Funhouse
John Barth
   created the character   
Jacob Horner
The End of the Road, 1958
John Barth
   created the character   
George Giles
Giles Goat-Boy, 1966; character is also called Billy Bocksfuss
John Barth
   created the character   
Todd Andrews
The Floating Opera, 1957
New Tammany College
   was created by   
John Barth
From "Giles Goat-Boy", 1966
Tower Hall
   was created by   
John Barth
"Giles Goat-Boy"
Siegfrieder College
   was created by   
John Barth
"Giles Goat-Boy"
Nikolay College
   was created by   
John Barth
"Giles Goat-Boy"
Wicomico
   was created by   
John Barth
Small town on the eastern shore of Maryland, from "The End of the Road", 1958
Jacob Horner's Room
   was created by   
John Barth
Boardinghouse room in "The End of the Road"
Dorset Hotel
   was created by   
John Barth
Residential hotel in Cambridge, from 'The Floating Opera", 1967
Cottage on Todd Point
   was created by   
John Barth
From "The Floating Opera"
Malden
   was created by   
John Barth
Maryland plantation in "The Sot-Weed Factor", 1960






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