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Again, not tooo much spoily to say, although it's interesting how much Gaiman is sprinkling in here for future stories. I wonder just how much of them he had plotted out in advance - we see Lucifer's vowing to get even with Dream, and Nada, this time around.

Anyhow, if you have any other spoily comments to make, have at it!

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Dec. 16th, 2010 03:07 am (UTC)
The hope that the dream of Heaven inspires in those condemned to Hell is what causes the fact of their not being released to cause their pain not to dull - it's what, when crushed, inflicts the greatest pain. As long as those trapped in Hell can continue to hope for release, their continued imprisonment will continue to be agony. If they lost that hope, then eventually no amount of pain the denizens of hell inflict upon them couldcause true suffering.
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