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Neverwhere Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6 Summary

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Chapter 6 Summary

Door's entourage travels through a seemingly endless series of identical tunnels while Richard sorts out his life by writing a mental diary of recent events. Richard, deep in denial, denies the existence of angels. The marquis trades a magical song to a local street musician in exchange for a train schedule. The marquis warns that the song, which compels people to give money, should be used in moderation.

At the train station, Richard fails to heed the familiar, recorded warning to "mind the gap." He quickly discovers that the warning has a greater significance for an underworlder, when he is briefly attacked by a tentacular entity which, as Hunter would later explain, "lives in the gaps." Now at his wits' end, Richard resumes waiting for the train as the gap warning drones on.

Croup paces about the ruins of a hospital courtyard, ranting to Vandemar about how...

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