The Rise and Fall of DODO - Part Two, Pages 270-354 Summary & Analysis

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General Frink sends Lester Holgate—who is also Dr. Blevins’s nephew—to make DODO move faster. Lester sends his reports in self-aggrandizing PowerPoints, one of which Rebecca receives in error. In it, Lester proposes to “aggressively monetiz[e]” DODO by “stirring the pot” (272). For example, on his first day he erases all of Oda’s calculations to encourage a cleaner workspace. His report accuses each of the team members of unprofessional behavior, even claiming Oda exhibits senile dementia. Lester suggests a more aggressive approach to the 1601 London mission despite Erszebet’s derision.

Gráinne reports that the stranger who accompanies Sir Edward is Athanasius Fugger. Mel researches him, to find that by the late sixteenth century the great Fugger banking family had vanished from its well-documented place in global financial affairs. The medieval bank had survived as a powerful network...

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