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Lords and Ladies: A Novel of Discworld - Pages 226-249 Summary & Analysis

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Nanny and Casanunda delve deep into the crypt, which opens into the Lancre caves. There they find an archway made of two stones similar in nature to the stones that make up the Dancers. Nanny tells Casanunda to leave the crowbar outside and the two step in. The inside is like a sauna, and Casanunda can tell that they are no longer underground by in a long, dark tent. Shapes move about on the edge of his vision and he is sure that they are surrounded. Nanny walks up to a large reclined figure, the Long Man, who is described as an anthropomorphic stag, with a full rack of antlers. She tells him that the Queen is making mischief in Lancre and that he must make an appearance to balance things out. When he asks her why he should allow her...

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