“A Walking Shadow”: Life as a Reader and Author of Neil Gaiman
This chapter concludes the volume proper with a personal anecdote from notedcomics scholar Joe Sutliff Sanders. Sutliff Sanders examines the contents of the book against a personal experience he had with the book American Gods and his own work with Gaiman over time. He concludes by examining the contents of the book commenting on the importance of reading and rereading Gaiman with an eye towards further liminal interpretations echoing the introduction.
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