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The Light Fantastic - Page 172-200 Summary & Analysis

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Page 172-200 Summary

Cohen, Bethan, Twoflower and Luggage climb down Old Granddad and reunite with Rincewind. Back in the forest, they decide they need to find their horses because the horses are carrying all the food. Cohen says there is plenty of food in the forest, but what really takes his interest is the gold he saw earlier in the Luggage. He fights to get the Luggage open but to no avail. Eventually Rincewind takes Twoflower aside. He says he thinks Cohen has gone "barmy," and it would be better if they went off on their own

Rincewind and Twoflower find the horses, snack on some horse jerky and ride off. Twoflower begins to feel guilty about leaving Cohen and Bethan behind and thinks they should go back. After a short argument, Rincewind rides off alone. A while later he is back with the...

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