Satin Island - Chapters 10 – 12 Summary & Analysis

Tom McCarthy
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10.1 – U. thinks about what he should have said at the Frankfurt conference, using the oil spill. But how and why, U. cannot be sure.

10.2 – U. considers that he would say that there is always an Oil Spill happening. An Oil Spill is composed of many parts that add up to something larger.

10.3 – U. works on this imaginary presentation every chance he can. He considers saying that oil is afraid of water, that there is a differentiation between oil and water and their behavior. There is a basic source code for each, just as life is a basic, endless source code of polymers.

10.4 - U. continues on in his imaginary presentation, noting that where water is, oil cannot be, and vice versa. U. argues that perhaps the oil improves upon things.

10.5 – U. notes that the Oil Spill turns wild creatures into noble, tragic beings, and...

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