Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights - The Faerie Queene - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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In "The Faerie Queene," Omar pointed Dunia to the first signs of weakening in the Ifrits’ rule in Mesopotamia. Omar often did his very effective spy-work in the guise of a woman and dressed flamboyantly, the narrator notes that little information was passed on about him because of prejudice against homosexuality. It is revealed that Dunia felt some responsibility for the war because she opened up gateways between the worlds to satisfy her fascination. Shining Ruby appeared from the sky and Dunia killed him by suffocating him in her smoke. This caused an outrage in Peristan, and the jinnia abandoned their boycott in protest. Dunia found Ra’im in the bathhouse, enjoying the end of the boycott. They battled, transforming hundreds of times in the process, and finally Dunia slayed him.

Back on Earth, Dunia freed Giacomo Donizetti from his...

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