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The Sandman: The Wake Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 1: Which Occurs in the Wake of What Has Gone Before Summary

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Chapter 1: Which Occurs in the Wake of What Has Gone Before Summary

In the first scene, a messenger has been sent to inform the members of the Endless family that Morpheus is dead. The first person to be informed is Destiny. The second to be informed, this time by a bat, is Despair. The third to be informed, by an eagle, is Death. The text states that there are some things that even the Endless family does not question too deeply. This was not the first time that such a message had been sent.

Chapter 1: Which Occurs in the Wake of What Has Gone Before

Delirium approaches the rest of the family singing: "One for sorrow, two for sorrow, three for sorrow, four for for for I don't know. But I'm bored of sorrow, five for three two one...

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