The Sandman: Fables and Reflections - Study Guide Summary & Analysis

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Following Johanna's imprisonment, the story is told from her perspective, in journals she wrote during her jail time.

Authorities accuse her of being a spy, of cross dressing and of narrowing escaping execution for being a witch. She maintains that she does not know about what they are talking. They also know her true identity.

With the threat of torture looming, they leave her to think about telling the truth. That night, Dream visits Johanna in her sleep. She tells him she needs his help. He gives her a potion to drink so she will not forget his instructions.

The next morning the authorities return and Robespierre announces that the hiding place for the head came to him in a dream. The only logical place to hide a severed head is with other severed heads. They took Johanna to a room full of heads and told her to pull...

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