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The Truth: A Novel of Discworld - The Truth, pgs. 290-324 Summary & Analysis

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The Truth, pgs. 290-324 Summary

Death asks if Tulip is ready to go and tells him that reincarnation can take place at any time, perhaps not even requiring that lives follow one another. Pin runs up, waving his potato, declaring calmly that he is sorry and wants what is coming to him. The Death of Rats steals Pin's potato as Death justly makes Pin disappear in a flash of blue light.

William is angry over how his father never admits doing wrong but this time has stupidly put the family's honor at risk. William finds his father, expecting him, and is not satisfied by Father's "end justifies the means" (pg. 295) explanation, that Vetinari is ruining Ankh-Morpork. William has enough to open an inquiry. When Father demands that William cease, William reminds him that he has always been ordered to tell the truth...

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