The Astonishing Life of Octavian Nothing, Traitor to the Nation, Vol. 1: The Pox Party - Part II, Pages 118-154 Summary & Analysis

Matthew Tobin Anderson
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Part II, Pages 118-154 Summary

The day after the beating, Octavian is in great pain, and cannot wear a shirt because his wounds still bleed. His mother is in similar pain, and stays hidden away in her room for the most part. The entire college is in bad spirits. Octavian begins his studies again, after several days, with Dr. Trefusis, who begins teaching him stories of slave revolts from Rome. Eventually, Gitney introduces the college to a Mr. Sharpe, who congratulates everyone on its splendid work, and explains that the college must now work to produce benefits to mankind that it can readily sell as trade goods. Mr Sharpe also brings an end to the number system, and meets with each of the scholars to determine how best to make their studies profitable. He has an immediate dislike for Cassiopeia and her...

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