The Philosophy of Andy Warhol - Chapter 7, Time Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7, Time Summary and Analysis

Andy's musings about the concept of time range from the practical to the ridiculous. For example, when Andy has an appointment to meet someone at ten o'clock and the person does not become available until five minutes to one, Andy adopts this pattern and arrives at five minutes to one for every ten o'clock appointment. Andy also negates the concept that Paris is more esthetic than New York because New York does not have time to have an esthetic because it takes a person half a day to go either downtown or uptown. Andy also explores the concept of having "time on your hands" and studies the hands of a waiter who has no other lines than the three main ones on his hands, leading Andy to wish he were a waiter too.

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