How do Morpheus and Nuala hurt each other? In what way is Nuala's love for Morpheus an important element of the story?
How does Morpheus feel about the death of his son? How does the death of Morpheus's son affect the decisions he makes in the story?
How does the story of the ladies' man, his wife and his three children relate to the book's themes? In what way does the story signify the origins of the Furies?
Examine the Greek mythology used in the book.
1. What are the elements of Greek mythology?
2. How does Gaiman adapt these elements for a young modern audience?
How does Gaiman use the character of Lucifer in the story? How is it different to Lucifer's usual role in fiction? How does Gaiman stay true to Lucifer's character in spite of the fact he is using him in an unconventional way?
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