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Chap. 13 TIME
Chap. 14. SPACE

Chap. 15. MOTION
Chap. 16. FREQUENCY
Chap. 17. CONDUCTIVITY

Chap. 18. RECEPTIVITY
Chap. 19. ANNE SUMS UP


PART III

Chap. 20. MATTER--ARRESTMENT

Chap. 21. PARALLELISM OF LAW
Chap. 22. INTENT, EVENT AND EGG-WOMAN 
Chap. 23. BETTY'S WORLD: ITS FLUIDITY 

Chap. 24. BETTY'S WORLD: ITS SOLIDITY 
Chap. 25. THE HOMELY NECESSITIES 
Chap. 26. HOW BETTY HANDLES SPACE 

Chap. 27. THOUGHTS ARE THINGS
Chap. 28. DO YOUR JOB!

Chap. 29. THE CONTINUITY OF EXISTENCE 
Chap. 30. IMPLICATIONS


PART IV
Chap. 31. WHAT IT ALL MEANT TO DARBY
Chap. 32. THEY SHALL BE COMFORTED


GLOSSARY


APPENDICES



PART I



CHAPTER I

THE TWO CHINESE BOXES


ONE Thursday evening Joan returned from a trip to the city very much 
vexed with herself. I was visiting Darby and her over a long weekend, and 

so was present to hear her plaint.

"I hate to be a fool," was its gist, "and I hate doing silly things; and 

I like to plan things out and then do them; and I am a careful shopper, 
and I hate to buy things I don't want--"


"Tell us about it," Darby and I urged.


"Listen," said she. "I went to town this morning with a careful list of 
errands to do. The first one was at a shop over on Fifth Avenue; and to 
get there you take an Avenue bus from the Hudson Tube, near the Penn 

Station--right to the door."

"Well?" said we.


"I found myself on a CROSS-TOWN BUS," wailed Joan disgustedly. "I always 
take the Avenue bus--NEVER the cross-town. Yet there I was! And they 

don't even leave the station from the same place. And that isn't the 
whole of it!"


"Go, ahead," we encouraged.




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