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Flatland
Edwin A. Abbott
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Flatland
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A square is pulled out of his reality by a sphere, and shown the meaning of three dimensions.

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English
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Dedication
Preface to the Second and Revised Edition, 1884
Flatland
Part I: This World
I: Of the Nature of Flatland
II: Of the Climate and Houses in Flatland
III: Concerning the Inhabitants of Flatland
IV: Concerning the Women
V: Of Our Methods of Recognizing One Another
VI: Of Recognition by Sight
VII: Concerning Irregular Figures
VIII: Of the Ancient Practice of Painting
IX: Of the Universal Colour Bill
X: Of the Suppression of the Chromatic Sedition
XI: Concerning Our Priests
XII: Of the Doctrine of Our Priests
Part II: Other Worlds
XIII: How I Had a Vision of Lineland
XIV: How I Vainly Tried to Explain the Nature of Flatland
XV: Concerning a Stranger from Spaceland
XVI: How the Stranger Vainly Endeavoured to Reveal to Me in Words the Mysteries of Spaceland
XVII: How the Sphere, Having in Vain Tried Words, Resorted to Deeds
XVIII: How I Came to Spaceland, and What I Saw There
XIX: How, Though the Sphere Showed Me Other Mysteries of Spaceland, I Still Desired More; and What Came of It
XX: How the Sphere Encouraged Me in a Vision
XXI: How I Tried to Teach the Theory of Three Dimensions to My Grandson, and with What Success
XXII: How I Then Tried to Diffuse the Theory of Three Dimensions by Other Means, and of the Result
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