Walden Two - Study Guide Chapters 9-12 Summary & Analysis

B. F. Skinner
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Burris awakes at 8:30 the next morning, and Castle is still asleep. Mary is also awake, and she and Burris go to breakfast together. They chat, and while Burris seems too intellectual for Mary, he finds her attractive. Mary implies that there is some trouble between Barbara and Rodger. The rest of the group joins Mary and Burris, and while everyone else serves themselves, Rodger serves Barbara her food. After breakfast, the group goes to the work desk and gets work washing the windows on the south side of the main building. They organize themselves and get through a good deal of the work in a couple of hours, though Barbara is an uncomfortable and inefficient cleaner.

Frazier explains that Walden Two is not about getting back to a "simpler time." Too much hard labor must be avoided, and Walden Two uses technology whenever possible. Frazier...

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