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The Sandman Vol. 8: World's End Chapter Summary & Analysis - Cluracan's Tale Summary

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Cluracan's Tale Summary

Brant travels to the restroom and meets a cadaverous looking humanoid who introduces himself as Klaproth. The two characters return to the inn's great room and again sit at a table to listen to stories. A fairy, Cluracan, volunteers to tell the next tale. He states that he is not good at telling stories and doesn't remember anything fictional, and thus he will instead tell his autobiographical adventures of the past few weeks and days. Cluracan is from the realm of Faerie and is an ambassador of Queen Mab. The Queen sends him to the City of Aurelian with orders to disrupt a pending alliance between Aurelian and other cities of the plains. Cluracan receives much documentation regarding the current political paradigm, but he doesn't bother reading it. Instead, he travels to the distant city which he last visited about 1,200 years previously—he finds...

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