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Galatea 2.2 Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section IV (pages 91-119) Summary

Richard Powers
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Section IV (pages 91-119) Summary

Section IV begins with Richard and Lentz trying to figure out how to work with implementation B. Richard has to change his training methods and start using "no" statements to curb Imp B's associations. Richard threatens to leave the project because of Lentz's cynicism and Lentz pleads with him to stay. Richard is not fooled by Lentz's apologies or explanations and comes to the surprising conclusion that he really wants Richard to stay.

Lentz instructs Richard to perform a test of Imp B using an actual piece of literature and calls in Harold Plover and his daughter to watch the event. Imp B. is able to decipher the text. Richard moves into a memory of his first year with C. in the town of B. He states of that year, "I thought we were happy then, but who can say?" They...

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