The Labyrinth
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The Labyrinth


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Symbolism Of The Labyrinth

The first edition of The Labyrinth was published with a drawing of a labyrinth on the cover. The title has a dual meaning. Physically, it refers to the Midshipmen's dormitory, Bancroft Hall, with its 4.8 miles of corridors and 33 acres of floor space. Psychologically, it refers to all of the rules the Midshipmen must navigate.

Two Boards, One Sun by Taylor Adams, '17
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