Dune Messiah - Dune Messiah (pgs. 176-192) Summary & Analysis

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Dune Messiah (pgs. 176-192) Summary

Visiting Bijaz in confinement, the ghola introduces himself as Hayt, but the dwarf insists he is Idaho, whose struggle against the Tleilaxu tank he has witnessed. Paul has tasked Hayt with determining why the Tleilaxu want Bijaz in Paul's Keep. Bijaz hears Hayt's blood "boil" when he speaks of Alia, whom they nickname "Hawt" ("Fish Monster"). Her beauty captivates Bijaz. He observes Alia and Paul are a single person, back-to-back, half-male, and half-female. Hayt realizes he is Bijaz's true target too late to avoid being immobilized by a mesmerizing song. Hayt's metallic eyes burn and his vision goes hazy as he penetrates the layers of the dwarf's being, and declares he cannot be forced to slay Muad'dib. Bijaz mocks Hayt for believing the Emperor is what the Tleilaxu prize most. They produce tools and services, including war...

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