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The Sandman Vol. 8: World's End Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Charlene's Automobile

The graphic novel opens in Charlene's automobile, a red, midsize, four-door sedan. Details of the car's interior can be seen in the opening pages and it appears like a typical import. Brant crashes the automobile into a tree and then leaves the wrecked vehicle for the remainder of the graphic novel. He mentions at the end of the novel that he returned from the inn to discover the automobile in perfect order—e.g., not crashed—and registered in his own name, even though he knew he had never previously owned it.

The Reality Storm

The reality storm is described as a cosmic shockwave emanating from an event of great importance. The reality storm manifests on various alternate realities in several ways; on the 'real' earth, it appears as an unseasonable and severed snowstorm. The storm in various guises drives all of the characters...

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