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The Sandman: The Wake Chapter Summary & Analysis - Epilogue: Sunday Mourning Summary

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Epilogue: Sunday Mourning Summary

Hob Gadling, who now goes by "Robbie," is on his way to a Renaissance Faire with Guenevere, his girlfriend. Robbie is resistant to go to the festival since no one in England even knew about the Renaissance until it was long over. Robbie sees the entire event as being a car crash meshed with Disneyland.

Guenevere says she wishes that she could be a real queen. Robbie says she should be. Guenevere says there were no black queens in England. Robbie mentions Catherine of Aragon. Guenevere comments that Catherine of Aragon was Spanish.

Robbie replies: "There were a lot of Moors and Africans in Spain and Italy in the old days. Remember Othello? Trust me, if Catherine of Aragon had been in Alabama in the 1950s they'd have made her ride in the back of the bus." Epilogue: Sunday Mourning, p. 2

Guenevere changes...

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