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Lords and Ladies: A Novel of Discworld - Pages 151-175 Summary & Analysis

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It is the day before the wedding. Magrat checks on Diamanda and finds that the bed the young woman is sleeping on is surrounded by a circle of iron bars wrapped in sheets. Shawn tells her that it was done at Granny's instructions. Magrat, still angry with Granny and mad at her presumption to give orders in the castle, has the iron removed. Magrat still believes Granny and Nanny are mistaken about the nature of elves. At Granny's insistence, Verence has not revealed to Magrat that there is an elf imprisoned in the basement.

While trying to find Verence, Magrat investigates her future husband's room and finds that he still sleep on the floor by the door, like a jester. Among his things she finds a folded up note. She reads it and her cheeks flush with fury and embarrassment.

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