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The Light Fantastic - Page 258-285 Summary & Analysis

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Page 258-285 Summary

The spell's refusal to come out angers Rincewind and he dives at Trymon, attacking him with all his might. Luckily, Trymon is not physically strong and to his surprise, Rincewind finds himself winning. Suddenly, the two wizards find themselves in an amphitheater, surrounded by an audience of nightmarish monsters. Trymon has grown tentacles and talons, but Rincewind has no choice but to continue fighting. After a long struggle, they return to the Art Tower, where Twoflower swings a sword, missing Rincewind by inches and killing the monster. Moments later, he hears Rincewind's voice, asking him to help him. He is hanging over the edge of the tower, gripping an overhanging stone. Twoflower puts his arm out to help his friend, but he is not strong enough to pull him up. Rincewind is on the verge of falling to his death when...

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