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The Sandman: The Kindly Ones Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part Thirteen Summary

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Part Thirteen Summary

Death meets Morpheus on an empty peak. She has been worried about him. He reminds her that last time they talked about this, she threw bread at him and hands her a loaf of bread. It's too late for throwing bread. Morpheus is tired. Meanwhile, the Corinthian throws a knife toward Matthew, but he's really aiming at a giant spider, a former prisoner. The Furies freed the prisoners of the Dreaming.

Back on the peak, Death says Morpheus manufactures his own destinies, even when he doesn't admit it to himself. He wants to be in this trouble. Morpheus denies planning the situation. It got out of control when he was forced to leave the Dreaming. Death points out that he could have chosen not to honor his promise to Nuala. Morpheus admits the problem is with him. Death asks why he could not just leave...

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