Trish wrote: chris.ph wrote:
i cant remember which book its in but granny tells death to take the cow and not the baby
That's from Equal Rites.
It's sad, but it's not. Only Granny could "tell" Death anything and expect him to listen.
Carpe Jugulum. The bit when Granny 'thinks' she' left out of the christening because she isnt' needed.
And the later bit when she tells Nanny she can't get through Magpyr's "wall of thought."
And the that losing herself /her mind is everything to her.
I like Granny. :0)
ITs also from Lords and Ladies, trish. WHen granny is called away in the christening.
I find lords and ladies sad too, when the elf queen changes to resemble magrat.
Actualy, in discworld i dont notice the sad parts much cos it almost immedietely gets snatched away. You ruined it for me, raspberry!!!!
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