Colin Fischer - Chapter 3-4: Deterrence, The Kuleshov Effect Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3-4: Deterrence, The Kuleshov Effect Summary

Colin attends his favorite class, math. When the teacher, Mr. Gates, asks if anyone knows what an identity matrix is, Colin is the only student to raise his hand. But before he can give his answer, a cell phone goes off in the classroom. Colin tries to slowly count through it, but as it continues, he drowns it out by barking like a dog, falling on the floor in the fetal position.

Mr. Gates sends Colin to the principal's office, a woman named Dr. Doran. Though sympathetic to Colin's special needs, she advises him to leave the classroom in the event of something upsetting him rather than causing further disruption. Though she has the confiscated cell phone, Colin tells Dr. Doran that she won't be able to trace it to its owner. He...

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