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Lords and Ladies: A Novel of Discworld - Pages 125-150 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 125-150 Summary

After having some trouble picking a location to rehearse in peace, the Lancre Morris Men decide to use the old circle of stones up on the hill. Jason is uneasy about this decision, as his mother Nanny Ogg has often warned him about the stones. The other men assure him that their use of the stones is harmless. They will not be attempting any witchcraft or dancing around in nothing but their skins like Diamanda had the other young girls doing. The rehearsal turns into a drinking party and the men spend the night near the stones. The men wake up hung over the next day. As they are leaving, Jason Ogg thinks he hears faint voices coming from the circle.

Granny Weatherwax senses a breach between the two worlds, but she is becoming increasingly disoriented. She has to leave little...

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