Tender Buttons: Objects, Food, Rooms - Rooms Summary & Analysis

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Rooms Summary

In "Rooms," the narrator advises the reader to act so that there is no use in a centre. Preparation is given to the preparers. The tune has a little piece to play. The exercise is all there and fast. There is no wagon to begin the placing. In order for there to be more, there must be more. The shadow does not shine in the same way as a black line exists. The truth arrives. There is distribution when the centre has a place. The author of it all is behind the door and will enter in the morning. The shame is no greater when the table is longer. A glass can be of any height, but it is higher and simpler and placed, there would be no doubt. Erection stands and feeds and silences a swelling tin. A covered shine changes permission...

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