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The Last Continent: A Discworld Novel - The Last Planet, pp. 171-227 Summary & Analysis

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The Last Planet, pp. 171-227 Summary

Crocodile Dongo tells Rincewind about drinking 20 pints but retaining few, singing a song about tying his kangaroo up, losing all of his money on coin tosses, and challenging Daggy's gang to a sheep-shearing contest. They have heard that he is a famous wizard who can kill people by pointing at them; they want to see this. Rincewind notices that the kangaroo in the Roo Beer poster keeps coming and going. Only the swarming flies remain constant and Rincewind strings corks to his hat to keep them away from his face. Meanwhile, The Luggage, feeling as though he has been buried for a million years (but also for just five minutes), lets himself be picked up by a purple cart and filled with heavy ladies' shoes. It is "Petunia, The Desert Princess."

Rincewind knows little about sheep, a meek but...

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