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The Colour of Magic - Chapter 1: The Colour of Magic pp. 9-33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1: The Colour of Magic pp. 9-33 Summary

The story flashes back to several days before the burning of Ankh-Morpork. A ship lands in Morpork carrying cargo, letters for the Patrician of Ankh, and a man. Blind Hugh, one of the beggars at Pearl Dock, notices the man getting off the ship and gestures to Cripple Wa, another beggar at the docks. The two men notice a large, brass-bound chest being carried off the boat. Hugh sends Wa off into the city and approaches the man. He notices upon closer inspection that the man has four eyes. The man pulls a small black book from his belt, consults it, and says "Hallo." Confused, Hugh returns the greeting. The man takes a large gold coin from his money bag. It is obvious to Hugh that the money is foreign currency...

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