The Sandman: Fables and Reflections Topics for Discussion

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In "Fear of Falling," what encourages the playwright to see through the direction of his play?

How does the illustrator use colors to set apart Delirium from the rest of the characters?

Explain why Orpheus' head is alive and why it is bodiless. Why doesn't he just die?

Emperor August takes an unusual vacation day once a year. What does he do and why?

In "Ramadan," King Houran wants to make sure his kingdom is remembered as it is during his rule. Dream simply bottles the kingdom and leaves Houran with ruins. Why do you think Dream did this?

Why do you think the city of San Francisco embraced their emperor?

Why does the stranger in "Soft Places" blame Marco and other explorers for the decreased number of soft places in the world?

How do the illustrations in these stories help tell the stories? Do they ever...

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