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Previously published in single magazine issues as Sandman #57-#69
The Fates have tea, Matthew talks with other members of the Dreaming, Morpheus remakes the Corinthian, Lucifer refuses to play "Memories" and Daniel Hall is abducted.
The police are called in to investigate the kidnapping of Daniel Hall. Cluracan comes to take Nuala back to Faerie. Lyta meets The Kindly Ones.
Loki and the Puck have Daniel. Hob Gadling visits a grave and speaks with Dream. Lyta goes into shock.
Lucifer receives an angelic visitor. Lyta wanders in another world. Rose Walker and Carla speak about Lyta. Dream reconstructs an old servant.
Lyta speaks with the Gorgons. Rose visits Zelda in a hospice. Nuala returns to Faerie. Carla learns who detective Pinkerton really is.
Rose returns to England to speak with her grandmother. There she meets Paul McGuire and the still sleeping Alex Burgess.
Larissa finds Lyta. Odin speaks with Dream about Loki. Delirium speaks with Destiny about her brother and her dog. Lyta meets the Kindly Ones. Ravens begin to gather.
Dream tends to his affairs and meets with his sister. Matthew and the Corinthian look for Daniel. The Kindly Ones come to the Dreaming.
Loki is returned to his wife and his snake. Nuala and the Puck make noticeable returns in Faerie. Mervyn makes a last stand. Rose returns to America. Nuala claims her boon from Dream.
Daniel is brought back to the Dreaming. Rose finds a friend has died. Many Destinys resolve into one. Dream prepares to meet the Kindly Ones outside of the Dreaming.
Dream and Matthew leave the heart of the Dreaming. Delirium talks to Lucifer about her fish. Rose invites an old friend to a funeral. Death comes to the Dreaming.
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Gaiman would hate this comparison, being a modest fellow, but he`s done for comics what Duke Ellington did for jazz in the thirties: produced work of such overwhelming magnificence that even the invincibly snobbish and the terminally tone-deaf have to dig it."
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