Walden Two - Study Guide Chapters 25-28 Summary & Analysis

B. F. Skinner
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Burris decides to make sure the members of Walden Two are as happy as they seem and goes off by himself to eavesdrop on conversations. He finds a group of middle-aged members laughing over harmless gossip. Four men are discussing army discipline, a group is silently absorbed in watching a chess match, a woman is reading an unfinished book to three small girls, a man is complaining about poor planning in a strawberry garden who is diffused by humor, and three women are having tea who quiz him about the university system. Exploring further, he becomes absorbed in one of the libraries and then wanders into a room where a string quartet is playing with an amateur pianist, who turns out to be Frazier.

As Burris walks back to his room, he runs across a housewife in her late fifties sitting outside. She is just...

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