Dune Messiah - Dune Messiah (pgs. 36-47) Summary & Analysis

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Dune Messiah (pgs. 36-47) Summary

Taking on the form of Duncan Idaho but calling himself Zaal, Scytale risks visiting someone who has known Idaho, a suspicious Fremen named Farok. They exchange the rebels' sign and countersign. Although he dislikes his "offworld" visitor, Farok welcomes Zaal to his home. The "semuta" music Scytale hears while approaching has ended and a "baliset" begins playing. The musician is Farok's eyeless son, who sits opposite them, and who is frustrated no Fremen girl will marry him. Scytale asks about the layout of Paul's Keep, which Farok has visited. Farok reveals that Paul trusts only people like Stilgar, who have been with him since the old days. Paul travels by 'thopter, which he personally flies, and uses humans to carry "distrans" messages. Every gate to the Keep is guarded. There is no way...

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