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The Last Continent: A Discworld Novel Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Last Planet, pp. 269-309 Summary

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The Last Planet, pp. 269-309 Summary

Outside the jail in a generally friendly city, Rincewind sees a huge smirking kangaroo outlined in the sky and is relieved that it is only an advertisement. He is offered an obviously counterfeit souvenir hanging rope at "Dibbler's Café de Feet," by Fair-Go Dibbler, the local member of the famous street vending family that operates across Discworld. Rincewind nearly turns himself in to the Watch to escape the fast talker. In the midst of an anti-immigration lecture, Rincewind assures Dibbler that he wants to return home. Learning that the would-be hanging victim has escaped without fanfare, a disappointed Dibbler sells Rincewind a meat pie floating in pea soup with tomato sauce over the top. Having eaten items sold by other Dibblers in many places and survived, Rincewind takes a bite and understands why Ecksians drink so much beer. Looking...

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