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Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11, Dressing, Watermelon, Chaos Summary

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Chapter 11, Dressing, Watermelon, Chaos Summary

The librarian eventually dresses and leaves, giving the Narrator her number in case he wants to call her for food, conversation, or sex. After she is gone, he retrieves the hidden skull and inspects it, comparing it to the mental image of the photograph of the purported unicorn skull. He finds the two nearly identical and feels strangely confident that the skull he possesses is in fact the skull from the photograph.

The Narrator then plans to perform the shuffle of the laundered data. Whereas laundering is a conscious effort, shuffling is entirely unconscious. The Narrator will reproduce a certain series of tones which will cause him to enter an altered state. While in the altered state his subconscious, coupled with an implanted program, will shuffle the data according to an implanted drama. He is unaware of the nature of the...

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