Euphoria - Part 7, Chapters 22 – 23 Summary & Analysis

Lily King
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Chapter 22 contains references to the post-World War II present in which Bankson is writing; refers to “The Grid”, which at this point seems to be an analytical/research technique developed by Bankson; and questions whether The Grid, or any other subsequent events, would have happened if Bankson had returned to the Kiona instead of staying with Nell, Fen, and the Tam.

The focus of the chapter then shifts to the past, and the third night of Bankson’s second stay with Nell and Fen. Their concentrated, three-way editing and consideration of Helen’s book leads them to an intense, excited, hours-and-days long conversation during which they develop The Grid, a direction-based chart of attitudes, values, beliefs, and actions that they at first use to define the inter-relationships of the various tribes they’ve been studying, then use to define gender relationships within tribes...

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