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Small Gods: A Novel of Discworld - Pages 71-107 Summary & Analysis

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The tortoise Om, looking to hide from the eagle, scrambles beneath a statue of himself as a bull. He mentally shouts for Brutha's assistance. Elsewhere, Brutha, concerned for the well-being of his garden while he is abroad, wishes to give instructions to Lu-Tze. The old man smiles and nods as usual, but this time he shows Brutha his rock garden and offers him one of his "mountains." Brutha is about to ask that Lu-Tze hang on to the gift for him when he finally hears Om's cries for assistance.

The eagle swoops down over the Place of Lamentation, scattering the people. Awed by the majestic creature, the crowd interprets its appearance as a kind of sign. Amid the commotion, a lone merchant, Dhblah, tries to sell an assortment of sugary deserts. Everyone engages in comic banter while the eagle searches for...

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