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Flatland - Study Guide Chapter 22, How I Tried to Diffuse the Theory of Three Dimensions by Other Means, and of the Result Summary & Analysis

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Disheartened by his experience with his grandson, A. Square decides to write about the third dimension instead. Once he begins, however, he finds it nearly impossible to explain such concepts, particularly since he is unable to draw the figures needed to convey the expression of upward. In his writings, he does not speak of the third dimension, but of a dimension of thought in which such concepts may exist.

Square begins to utter phrases such as upward, and the third dimension, and is aware these phrases are endangering him. Still, even in the most aristocratic groups, Square finds himself speaking in such a language. Finally, at a meeting of the Prefect's home, Square...

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