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The Colour of Magic - Chapter 2: The Sending of Eight, pp. 67-73 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2: The Sending of Eight, pp. 67-73 Summary

Rincewind, Twoflower, and the Luggage are on the road from Ankh-Morpork to Chirm. The road is full of potholes and rocks, and the land is covered with mountains and green valleys full of citrus trees. Rope bridges are strung across the gorges. Twoflower refers to the surroundings as picturesque, which is a new word for Rincewind. After observing the area that inspired Twoflower to use the word, Rincewind decides the word means "horribly precipitous landscape." Twoflower uses another new word, quaint, to describe the villages along their route. Rincewind defines quaint as "fever-ridden and tumbledown." Rincewind decides the word tourist, which has been used to describe Twoflower, means "idiot." While Rincewind believes that Twoflower is insane, he also likes the generous, harmless little man.

As they head toward Chirm, the men...

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