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    I agree with this, but I think W&G shows Roland's...

    I agree with this, but I think W&G shows Roland's original ka-tet functioning in much the same way.
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    Oy. Eld. Thankee - my fav moment of the whole...

    Oy. Eld. Thankee - my fav moment of the whole series
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    i agree, i loved callahan in that scene. he's...

    i agree, i loved callahan in that scene. he's only outdone by the way roland handles some of the same cowards when he has his meeting with the folken.
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    I'd have to say my favorite is Tian. He is the...

    I'd have to say my favorite is Tian. He is the one that started the ball rolling towards standing up to the Wolves. I always remember that when Tian called his meeting about standing up to the...
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    I agree, that it was because of the feelings he...

    I agree, that it was because of the feelings he developed through his relationship with Jake that made him think twice about killing Slightman. I still think the people of the Calla have a right to...
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    It was one of many moments where you remember...

    It was one of many moments where you remember that Roland is still just a person. He may be a super-hero, a diplomat, a King, etc., but at heart, he's still just a dude.:shoot:
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    You're more forgiving than I. I think I mentioned...

    You're more forgiving than I. I think I mentioned it in another thread, but aside from Slightman, I find Cordelia to be the most despicable person Roland encounters in his wanderings. Cordelia sold...
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    I usually find most books have at least one...

    I usually find most books have at least one character that I wish Roland had shot that he doesn't. In this book it was Slightman. In W&G it was Cordelia.:shoot:
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    Indeed. I think I said this before, but it's a...

    Indeed. I think I said this before, but it's a shame Callahan and Brautigan never met. They'd have had a lot to palaver about.
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    Ka.

    Ka.
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    I feel much the same way about Oy's greeting to...

    I feel much the same way about Oy's greeting to the Calla folken.
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    Until the day he appears in your mind to draw...

    Until the day he appears in your mind to draw you.:pullhair:
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    It's definitely among the times you realize that...

    It's definitely among the times you realize that for everything else he might be, Roland is still a human being.
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    Yes, Roland dancing the commala was a great and...

    Yes, Roland dancing the commala was a great and completely unexpected event. It made me cry when Eddie references it ... later.
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    I'm glad to see several of you mentioned the...

    I'm glad to see several of you mentioned the night of the welcome party in the Calla, and Roland dancing the commala. But, so far nobody has mentioned my single favorite part of this book which comes...
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