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Flatland Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 17, How the Sphere, Having in Vain Tried Words, Restored to Deeds Summary

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Chapter 17, How the Sphere, Having in Vain Tried Words, Restored to Deeds Summary

A. Square finds he is unable to harm the Sphere, and feels him move out of Space. To further prove he is real, the Sphere goes to a cupboard, removes a tablet, and returns the table to Square without opening the doors. He also describes various articles within Square's cupboards, and within the homes of others. Returning back to Flatland, Sphere touches the side of Square, and he feels sudden pain. Once again, Square attempts to pierce the Sphere, and calls for help. When Square refuses to stop as Sphere commands, Sphere propels him into Spaceland.

Chapter 17, How the Sphere, Having in Vain Tried Words, Restored to Deeds Analysis

This chapter, while short, explains further the differences between three dimensional and two dimensional worlds. Sphere...

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