Dune Messiah - Dune Messiah (pgs. 107-124) Summary & Analysis

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Dune Messiah (pgs. 107-124) Summary

Immersed in a spice trance, Paul sees the moon first deform and then disappear. Terror sweeps over him as he studies the city below and contemplates what he has always known: to end the butchery, Paul must "discredit" himself. He must "disengage." He yearns for Chani, but cannot tell her the death he has in mind. Everything Paul has invented is slipping back to old patterns, and as humankind sweeps unstoppably across the universe, his Jihad is but an eye blink in the larger scheme of things. He needs to measure this falling moon against other visions.

Paul whirls to see the ghola, who senses Paul is troubled and commiserates. With mentat logic, Hayt analyzes that the vision means Paul is refusing to live here and now. The Zensunni say, "Not collecting, that is the ultimate...

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