The Sandman: The Kindly Ones - Part Three Summary & Analysis

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Norse god Loki and mischievous Faerie creature Puck are building a fire in which to put Daniel. Loki tells a story: Disguised as a doctor, he convinces Thor that Thor's impotence is caused by pregnancy. He gets Thor to lie on his stomach, gives him castor oil, and puts a cork in his ass. Then, he sleeps with Thor's wife. After a week, a squirrel comes and pulls on the cork. All of Thor's pent-up excrement explodes out, covering the squirrel, and Thor mistakes the squirrel for his baby. As Loki concludes the story, Puck pulls on a silver string to retrieve Daniel, who is holding a phoenix feather. The two creatures put Daniel onto the fire.

Hob Gadling, Bobby to his departed love, is at his dead wife Audrey's grave. She was run over crossing the street. Now that she's dead, Bobby can tell...

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