Sourdough - Chapters 25 – 32 Summary & Analysis

Sloan, Robin
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In Chapter 25, Lois decided to solve “the egg problem” (167). Lois concluded that she first had to learn how to crack an egg with one hand by herself before she tried to program the Vitruvian to do so. After copious studying of the Vitruvian’s programming, Lois had a revolutionary idea. She stripped down the programming, and gave the Vitruvian a code that ordered the robot to “just go for it” (172). The code was successful, and Lois named it “Confidence” (172). Lois emailed the news to Lois at the end of the chapter.

In Chapter 26, workshops presented by the vendors took place at the Marrow Fair. Jaina Mitra presented her research on microbes, and explained facts about their micro-communities. Another vendor, Kenyatta, claimed that Jaina was wasting precious space at the Marrow Fair, but Jaina stood her ground. Kenyatta complained that Jaina’s work was not...

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