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Flatland - Study Guide Chapter 20, How the Sphere Encouraged Me in a Vision Summary & Analysis

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Upon returning to Flatland, A. Square tells his wife he has fallen, fearing her reaction to the truth of his adventure. She immediately sends him to retire, where he is able to imagine the shapes in Spaceland, and tries to remember the formation of a Cube. Thus, thinking he falls asleep and dreams of Sphere.

In the dream, Sphere is again mild, and takes him to a dimension call Pointland, or no dimension. In Pointland, there is a single point that believes himself to be the totality of the Universe, the Whole of Everything. He knows no other beings, no dimensions of height or length, nor even a thought of Plurality. As they listen, however, Square hears the complacency in the small creature. Sphere declares the lesson is that self-complacency is...

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