Brief Lives - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Destruction is writing bad poetry in his house by the sea. Barnabas critiques the work severely, making fun at Destruction's clumsy attempts to dabble in art. Destruction hints that he knows that members of his family are trying to find him.

Dream has had enough. He tells Delirium that their quest is over, and that it has only brought misery on the innocent. Delirium feels betrayed. She slinks off into her realm. Dream contacts Pharamond to tell him that their travels are done and to apologize for the death of Ruby.

Dream returns to his realm, locks himself in his throne room, and begins to construct a dream. He steps into the dream, finding himself in a desert with a ghostly city in the distance, and the ghosts of cats slinking about over the sand. The city is Bubastis, the city of the lady Bast, the Egyptian...

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