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Walden Two Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 5-8 Summary

B. F. Skinner
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Chapters 5-8 Summary

Burris comments that the women seem extraordinarily beautiful, and Mrs. Meyerson explains that the women are merely dressed flatteringly instead of following fashion, which is designed to go out of style quickly to force women to buy new clothes. A group of well-behaved children passes on their way to supper. Mrs. Meyerson leaves to see her daughter's "coming out," her first meal in the main dining room, which takes place when a child turns seven. The whole party goes up to quietly watch the birthday party for a moment, complete with a birthday cake and candles. Frazier seems proud and happy for the little girl. Burris things he sees a tear on Frazier's cheek.

At 7:00, the group goes to dinner. Many of the members of Walden Two are walking through a corridor called The Walk, and Frazier explains that because members are free to be...

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