The True Mirror

[For young adults]

When I was a boy, one of the most fascinating attractions at our neighboring amusement park was the Hall of Mirrors. These were not flat-surfaced and perfect as we commonly expect mirrors to be. Quite the contrary. The surfaces of these mirrors were all curves and bulges of various dimensions producing a great variety of distorted images.

Standing before one mirror, you saw a reflection in which you appeared to be twice as wide as you were tall; another mirror showed your head larger than your body. All very amusing.

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