The Sandman: Fables and Reflections Quotes

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"I have a challenge for you, my brother. A simple challenge."
"Three Septembers and a January," p. 23

"San Francisco needs bridges, Sam. People need bridges."
"Three Septembers and a January," p. 30

"In short, men have a Fund of Gullibility, and (as my readers must by now have gathered) one I have never shrunk from exploiting when it met my purpose."
"Thermidor," pg. 58

"Value's in what people think. Not in what's real. Value's in dreams, boy."
"The Hunt," p. 77

"When I am a God, I will no longer be scared."
"August," p. 108

"You look terrible. White as the man in the moon."
"Soft Places," p. 145

"Darling, let me introduce you to my uncles and aunts."
"The Song of Orpheus," p. 155

"Listen, idiot. You can't go to the underworld and come back alive. .Not if you're mortal."
"The Song of Orpheus," p. 171

"Family. The Family is the foundation stone on which...

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