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Good Omens - Section 2, Pages 39-64 Summary & Analysis

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Section 2, Pages 39-64 Summary

Aziraphale and Crowley's relationship is laid out. Although they have been adversaries for over six millennia, they have grown accustomed to one another. They have almost become friends, and have lived their existences without imposing too much upon one another. If Crowley needed to do evil in Shropshire, Aziraphale was left to do good in Manchester. This Arrangement allowed them to coexist and have small victories to speak of with their respective masters without ever doing too much harm to the other. As they are feeding the ducks, they talk about Armageddon and debate which side will win. They poke fun at each other for which "side" was responsible for creating what, and then decide to go for lunch.

During lunch, they proceed to get very drunk, and it comes out that neither one of them wants to see...

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