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Small Gods: A Novel of Discworld - Pages 139-168 Summary & Analysis

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Brutha effortless retraces his steps through the trapped Ephebian maze. On the Ephebian streets once more, Brutha peers into a tavern to witnesses a childish, heated argument between philosophers. In speaking to the philosophers, Brutha learns that, while they may see faith as an outmoded concept, they are also unwilling to discuss the topic for fear of being struck down from the heavens. The bartender, hearing that Brutha is both broke and in need of a philosopher, recommends Didactylos. Later, as Brutha prays in his bed, Om wonders why humans, living as they do in a world of natural wonder, still are driven to kneel to the gods.

Ephebian soldiers escort the Omnian party in a manner similar to prisoners. Vorbis warns Brutha against curiosity, reminding the novice that the Ephebians are infidels. The group is escorted into the Tyrant's palace...

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