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Reaper Man Chapter Summary & Analysis - Pages 36-70 Summary

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The wizards discuss the matter of Windle's undeath. They would prefer that Windle were dead. The narrator digresses for a moment to foreshadow: Somewhere in a cellar, a dark cupboard is filling with mysterious objects. Meanwhile, an embittered Windle Poons smashes a hole in the university wall and walks the streets of Ankh-Morpork. The wizards of the Unseen University reason that, since the city isn't in turmoil, Windle returning to life must be an isolated incident. Death, clearly, is still happening. Elsewhere, Windle Poons arrives at the Brass Bridge, where the lazy and unwitting Sergeant Colon, fearful to argue with a wizard, helps Windle up on to the bridge's parapet. Windle jumps into the murky water of the Ankh River only to emerge several minutes later, completely soaked. Frustrated at his failed suicide attempt, Windle Poons departs.

Sergeant Colon is approached by a local hoodlum...

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