God Emperor of Dune - Pages 310-350 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 310-350 Summary

Through the day, Leto shares survival tips with Siona, but fails to convey her dire vulnerability. He knows the futility of telling her directly about her face flap. With evening's chill, he regales her with songs omitted from the Oral History. In Dune times, Fremen sing and tell stories in the gloom before moving out at night. As darkness falls, Siona trails Leto. He points to a vulture, saying it lives off the dead or nearly so. He then talks about desert survival customs and lets her stride ahead, seeing she has an instinct for direction but depends on intellect, navigating by the stars. Still she forgets her face flap. Despite a beginning loyalty, Siona is more rebellious than anyone Leto has tested and he reviews his breeding program, deciding what to do if she fails.

When they rest, Leto talks...

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