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Lords and Ladies: A Novel of Discworld - Pages 99-124 Summary & Analysis

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Granny confronts Diamanda at the Dancers, telling the younger woman that she knows she made a deal with the Queen. Granny warns Diamanda that continuing to aid the elf Queen will put her up against Granny, who will not hesitate to do what is necessary to protect Lancre. Diamanda runs into the circle and disappears. Granny rushes in after her.

Granny finds herself in a snowy wood. She races after the young woman who is plowing through the snow toward a group of elves on horseback. Diamanda approaches the group and falls to her knees before the elf Queen. The Queen seems to recognize Granny, and commands her to kneel as this is her kingdom. Granny refuses. The Queen rides away with half the company, but not before commanding those that remain to kill the intruders. Granny begs and plays possum...

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