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Flatland Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 18, How I Came to Spaceland and What I Saw There Summary

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Chapter 18, How I Came to Spaceland and What I Saw There Summary

Square is in awe at the three dimensional world around him, and finds great beauty in the Sphere before him. The two return to look at Flatland and Square can now see his mentor's truths before him, as he can see the entire existence of Flatland, including the interiors of all things, including his home. As he looks over his world, Square declares he is a God, since Flatlanders note that any being who can see all things in omnivident, and thus, a God. Sphere notes with scorn that if this is true, the killers and robbers of Spaceland are also Gods, since they too can see all things in Flatland. Sphere asks if omnividence makes one more just, more merciful, or less selfish, to which Square...

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