Neverwhere - Study Guide Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Several hours pass as the group slowly travels to the bottom of Down Street, the marquis covering Hunter the whole way down. The street ends at a gate. The marquis explains that the Great Beast of London guards the labyrinth between the gate and Islington's citadel. Hunter affirms that Islington's citadel is also his prison; the angel cannot leave. Richard explodes at the marquis, indignant that he would even listen to a traitor like Hunter. Hunter reminds Richard that she has saved his life several times.

Meanwhile, Croup and Vandemar push on through the labyrinth following the subtle direction of the Great Beast of London talisman. Door, still bound, taunts her captors, implying that they are afraid of the beast. Vandemar shoves a filthy rag into Door's mouth.

Meanwhile, Richard's group trudges through a marsh full of preserved corpses. The marquis, referring to his own Great Beast...

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