Dune Messiah - Dune Messiah (pgs. 75-96) Summary & Analysis

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Dune Messiah (pgs. 75-96) Summary

Alia is homesick for the desert, more so than ever since the ghola's arrival. Like all Fremen, she hates the pilgrims and the new Dune Tarot packages being sold by vendors. No one knows where the cards come from. She winds her way to her private quarters, which she has filled with momentos of the desert, and undresses for a bath. Bath time is usually her time to commune with the spirits of all the Reverend Mothers who have come before her, but today Alia feels "lust in tension with chastity." The man of her future is near but hidden.

Dripping from the tub, Alia enters her training chamber, intending to clear her mind by working herself to exhaustion. Armed in both hands, Alia activates a target dummy. It comes alive, moving in confusing ways designed to...

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