The Sandman: Fables and Reflections - Summary & Analysis

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King Haroun throws the ball into the sky. Dream catches the glass ball and appears to the king. The king calls for wine, but Dream reminds him that during Ramadan they are not supposed to drink wine. Dream tells him that he (Dream) is of all faiths and, besides, doesn't want to have drinks with him. Dream lets him know that he does not appreciate being called to appear as though he is some kind of servant. The graphics show the king beginning to sweat. The king tells Dream that he (the King) has summoned Dream to make a bargain. Dream says the palace is no place for bargaining; that should be left to the marketplace. Haroun calls for his magic carpet and flies the two of them to the marketplace.

Haroun asks Dream to buy his kingdom from him. Dream says he has...

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