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Describe Granny Weatherwax's practical approach to magic. Is there any contradiction between what she tells others and what she practices herself?

How does the appearance the elves fool others into misunderstanding their nature? Give examples from the book of characters who overcame this misconception.

Describe some of the many ways the Pratchett infuses his narrative with humor. Give examples from the book.

How does Pratchett use footnotes to comic effect? Highlight some examples of this from the text.

Examine the relationship between obstinate Granny Weatherwax and "wet hen" Magrat Garlick.

Describe the act of Borrowing and discuss the morality of it. Does Granny Weatherwax's insistence on payment of the debt that it creates make sense?

Nanny Ogg often aids Granny Weatherwax by performing one small timely act to facilitate or complete Granny's feats of magic. Give some examples from the text.

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