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Sandman Meditations – Worlds’ End: “Worlds’ End”
Worlds’ end and words’ ends; end as conclusion and end as purpose. We’ve reached the finishing line of this story arc, and the stories within stories reveal by the last page what seems to be their outer shell.
This conclusion does what the best conclusions do: it ties up some loose ends while heightening the overall sense of mystery. We might say we like stories that have clear, unambiguous endings, but do we? Depends on the we, I suppose. No-one who likes such endings is likely to last through many Sandman volumes.
If I may indulge in utter presumptuousness for a moment, I would bet that most people who like stories (and are there people who do not like stories?) don’t actually like neat and tidy stories, stories without a hint of remaining mystery. Such stories are fine when we just want »
- Matthew Cheney
Carmine Dominik Giovinazzo was born on August 24, 1973 and grew up on Staten island. He is 5' 9". His mother is Nancy and father is Dominik, for who he is middle-named. His father was also a policeman, as are his sister, Alise Varela and brother-in-law, Will. Thus it was only fitting he should follow suit and become a detective too, albeit only in a TV show, CSI: NY (TV). Carmine commented he didn't want to pursue that career and it was left to his sister to follow in his father's footsteps. His family is originally from Naples, Italy. Carmine is of Norwegian and English ancestry too. He describes himself as half Italian from Calabria. His mother's side of the family are from Norway. "I think there's a bit of Bristol, England in me too. It's a great mix." His looks are more Norwegian than Italian with his blue eyes (the bluest of »
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2 items from 2011
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