Children of Dune - Children of Dune (pgs. 319-351) Summary & Analysis

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Children of Dune (pgs. 319-351) Summary

Muriz lands at Shuloch, a water-rich butte that appears on no maps thanks to many bribes and deaths. The architecture replicates primitive Fremen stilltents. Leto feels sorry for his father enduring such poverty - and Sabiha, who is being punished here. Muriz explains that each canyon is home to a worm and the qanat is being cleared of predator fish to attract sandtrout. Leto knows that at Muad'Dib's suggestion, the Cast Out are selling these off-planet, but they are not thriving - and will not in 10,000 years. Muriz says that Fremen are only led by "blooded" men, to which Leto responds he is ready to lead them in "Kralizec" - the "Typhoon Struggle," the legendary battle at the end of the universe. Leto recognizes Sabiha without her turning around and explains to Muriz how Namri's...

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