A God in Ruins - Chapter 18: The Adventures of Augustus - The Awful Consequences Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18 is an installment of Izzie's tales of Augustus. His age is unclear, but it is likely that Augustus is a young boy, given his activities in the narrative.

In the story, Augustus was in a school production. While on stage, some kind of potentially embarrassing scene was unfolding before the audience, as someone whispered in Augustus's parents' ears wondering if the boy on stage making some kind of spectacle was their son. The show was "England Through the Ages" and involved the students acting as royalty. The scenery had collapsed and dogs were wandering around the stage, and while all of the other students were carrying about the play, Augustus, acting as a female, was losing his costume, including the red wig he wore as Gloriana. The play continued to be a spectacle, as the...

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