The Astonishing Life of Octavian Nothing, Traitor to the Nation, Vol. 1: The Pox Party - Part III, Pages 235-269 Summary & Analysis

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Part III, Pages 235-269 Summary

Gitney posts a five-pound reward for Octavian, who tries briefly to work for a farmer in Acton, but the farmer drives him off when he realizes that Octavian hasn't worked in fields at all. He tries to pass himself off as free to avoid capture, but is unable to do so without legal documentation. He's caught in a butcher's smokehouse at one point, but when he is threatened with a gun, he walks towards it without fear, and simply waits to be shot. When the man with the gun lowers it, Octavian raises back up to his face and asks to be shot. The man tries to knock him out with the gun instead, but Octavian fights and escapes. He is later taken on by a militia band of Patriots on their way to Boston because of...

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