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Stibbons sits beside Mrs. Whitlow and the Librarian, who is still an infant. The wizards, unable not to interfere, are teaching an old man about Art. The Librarian finds a flat, oval wooden object attached to a string in the old man's leather bag, a bullroarer. It makes a funny noise as he spins it. Rincewind wonders why the old man is drawing creatures for such a barren landscape. Painting pointy-hatted figures seems to complete the old man's work and he departs. A platypus slides into a river. Stibbons' thinking slows and mellows.

Meanwhile, Rincewind finds that Bugarup's university (BU) is built not of stone like UU but of corrugated iron sheets. Although the gates are nailed shut, Rincewind knows that there must be a back entrance. Rincewind is not impressed by the 20-foot tower, which shines with octarine...

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