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The Truth: A Novel of Discworld - The Truth, pgs. 229-260 Summary & Analysis

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The Truth, pgs. 229-260 Summary

Adding color to the Times greatly slows printing, requiring four imps to work together. They will speed up eventually, but the Inquirer will figure out the process and use it. Several dwarfs favor tunneling under the Inquirer through the cellar to see what they are doing. Sacharissa joins them. Breaking through the Inquirer's cellar, they meet Dibbler, who is glad to see them. Meanwhile at the bridge, Gaspode gallops up, sees the other dogs, and dives under Ron's horrible coat. The crew finally figures out that terriers are being hunted because of the newspaper article. Needing to be out and about town, Gaspode needs a disguise. Lady Hermione has an idea. Back beneath Gleam Street, William finds Sacharissa haranguing Dibbler about writing believable untruths for the Inquirer. Dibbler knows that William is too unimaginative for him to...

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