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Wyrd Sisters - Pages 82-107 Summary & Analysis

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Though entrusted with Tomjon's education, Hwel has yet to hear the nearly-three-year-old boy speak his first word. Tomjon shocks everyone, however, by spontaneously reciting lines from one of Hwel's plays, pronouncing the words exactly as his adoptive father might. Soon, most of the troupe surrounds the child, prompting him to recite line after line. Young Tomjon proves himself a thespian of unparalleled skill.

The Ghost of king Verence finds the castle's kitchen filled with the ghosts of animals. He flees to the gallery disgusted by the sight. There he comes upon the large cat Greebo, which, as Death predicted, can see him. Noting the unusual nature of the animal, Verence concludes that it must be a witch's familiar. He lures the animal into a room rich with mice and with a broken window where rainfall might enter, and, using a ghostly...

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