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Equal Rites, pgs. 120-151 Summary

The big, black gates of Unseen University appear to be made of solid darkness, requiring "hocuspocus" to enter. By the third day, Granny is surprised to be enjoying herself in Ankh-Morpork. They lodge in The Shades, an area inhabited by disreputable people who dabble in soft magics. Thus, as a real witch, Granny prospers. Besting a pickpocket puts the word out to leave her alone. She also writes to additional letters to the University but receives no reply. Esk longs for the forest but notes that city people are friendly: Mrs. Palm down the street and her daughters have guests all night.

Granny is spared having to comment by the arrival of Treatle's wagon. He recognizes Esk, who introduces Granny and offers to accompany them inside. Granny stomps home, knowing they plan to taunt Esk. Esk finds...

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