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Flatland - Study Guide Chapter 10, Of the Suppression of the Chromatic Condition Summary & Analysis

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A. Square explains that the Color Revolution continued for three years, until it seemed almost certain the lower classes would win. During the revolt, many Polygons were slaughtered by Isosceles, and many Circles perished at the hands of their wives, angry at their husbands' refusal to submit to the Bill. Just when it seemed the Priests would have to agree to the Bill, an Isosceles triangle, pretending to be a higher class shape, accosted a young maiden, consummating the relationship. When the woman discovered the truth, she committed suicide.

The Women of Flatland were now against the Color Bill, and the Circles saw their opportunity, and called an emergency Assembly of the States. The Circles stated they were planning to concede to colorization, but wanted first to review all aspects of the process...

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