The Astonishing Life of Octavian Nothing, Traitor to the Nation, Vol. 1: The Pox Party - Part II, Pages 155-191 Summary & Analysis

Matthew Tobin Anderson
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Part II, Pages 155-191 Summary

Sharpe uses Octavian as a fiddler for simpler gatherings after the deliberately botched gathering, and many of those that he plays are with other black musicians. During this time, the desire for revolution grows much stronger in Boston and the colonies overall. Five colonists are killed during a riot by British soldiers in an event that comes to be known as the Boston Massacre. Over the next few years, Lucidity College grows less and less important under the leadership of Sharpe, and its inhabitants grow less and less happy. Cassiopeia, in particular, has a difficult time adjusting to her new status. During this time, the King of England announces that all slaves on the British Isles are free, and she deeply regrets her decision to reject Lord Cheldethorpe. Bono steadily collects articles and advertisements regarding slavery as...

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