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Lords and Ladies: A Novel of Discworld - Pages 76-98 Summary & Analysis

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The wizards are en route to Lancre from the Unseen University. The Librarian is irritated by the fact that he must pretend to be a pet, and is now sporting a collar with the name 'PONGO' written on it. Ridcully tells them all about the summers he spent in Lancre in his youth, and about a young girl with golden hair. The couch is stopped by a dwarf who tells them that he has been robbed and is now, he is very sorry to say, robbing them. The wizards invite him into the carriage and offer him a ride instead. He tells him that he is Giamo Casanunda, and gives them his business card which identifies him as a master swordsman and the second greatest lover in the land.

Magrat tours the castle with Millie in tow, deciding upon decorations for...

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