The Sandman | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Steve Erickson

This literature criticism consists of approximately 18 pages of analysis & critique of The Sandman.
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Critical Essay by Steve Erickson

SOURCE: Erickson, Steve. “Dreamland.” Los Angeles Times (3 September 1995): 14.

In the following essay, Erickson discusses Gaiman's career as a graphic novelist and the development of the Sandman series.

Neil Gaiman never remembers his dreams. They are devoured by his imagination before consciousness can reach them. If he has one recurring dream, it's of a house. “I think it's always the same house,” he says, “but I don't think I've ever visited the same room twice. And the house continues for practically forever, and it's, you know, not really a house at all—it's a life.” It doesn't seem to be the house of Gaiman's childhood in England, or the house he lived in...

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