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Lords and Ladies: A Novel of Discworld - Pages 53-76 Summary & Analysis

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Granny and Nanny confront Diamanda, who is instructing her band of young girls in the reading of cards. The confrontation leads to a trial, a test of power between Diamanda and Granny, which will take place at noon the next day. After they leave, Granny and Nanny both comment on the power they can feel in Diamanda, but Granny thinks that it might have been conferred upon her. Granny returns home, plagued by a persistent premonition of death. She works on her will. That night, she sees the unicorn in her garden. She warns it away, telling it to relay a message to its mistress. Stay away from Lancre.

The next day finds Magrat increasingly bored with the duties of a queen, which seem to involve little more than dressing uncomfortably and fainting in between giving orders to have this window...

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