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I hear the wind blowing across the desert and I see the moons of a winter night rising like great ships in the void. To them I make my vow: I will be resolute and make an art of government; I will balance my inherited past and become a perfect storehouse of my relic memories. And I will be known for kindliness more than for knowledge. My face will shine down the corridors of time for as long as humans exist.
--Leto Atreides the II
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goddamnemperor: (Power must always meet)
Ghanima: He runs and runs and runs. And when he's exhausted himself, he returns to me, puts his head in my lap and asks me to help him find a way to die.
Farad'n Corrino: But why does he want to die?
Ghanima: To save himself from the sacrifices he must make, sacrifices for the future of us all

Okay, so this is an essay on Leto. I will try to sum up
-the state he is in after the events of Children of Dune
-Leto and family
-his interaction with normal people and why he is slightly stunted in that department

This essay will have spoilers for the entire miniseries.

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Thoughts, Comments? Why are you writing ridiculous essays, Oz?

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Leto Atreides the II

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