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As far back as anyone who dwelt in Perdition could remember, Ralph had sat by a staircase off one of the hallways, staring at the wall. Ralph never joined in the various entertainments, instead, stared, unmoving, unspeaking, at the wall. All in Perdition who saw him, simply assumed that he was just a habbalite in an extended period of Trauma. The Demon Prince of Sloth rarely had his Traumatized rounded up and culled Instead, the truth is that Ralph was sent to Earth on a mission for Sloth millenia ago.
Due to circumstances beyond his control, Ralph wound up attempting to use his resonance to invoke Emptiness on a corporeal Vessel containing the Archangel Janus. Naturally, it failed, and failed miserably. Unfortunatley for Ralph, it locked him into a permanent state of Emptiness, caring about nothing, the state the Djinn claim to aspire to.
Summarily, his corporeal vessel was slain by a Malakite of Wind, and his forces drew back together, eventually, in Perdition. He came out of Trauma, and settled in to Apathy, the difference being nearly impossible to tell. Eventually, as is wont to happen in Hell, things changed. Haagenti, arisen to Demon Prince status, and ticked off at the world in general, broke into the Perdition citadel, and began eating the ponderous bulk of the Demon Prince of Sloth, as well as those of his servitors who were slothless enough to attempt to retaliate.
After consuming those who would and could resist, The Prince of Gluttony had his minions round up the Traumatized, to be cooked in the second biggest barbecue Hell had ever seen. So Haagenti's diabolicals rounded up all the remaining traumatized, bringing them out in front of the citatel for ther roasting.
Ralph was placed on one of these cartloads of poor, catatonic demons, but while being taken to the bonfire, the cart tipped over, and Ralph bounced off the cart, tumbled down the hill, coming finally to a stop on a boulder that straddeled the border of Perdition and what would eventually become Tarterus.
And there Ralph sat, unnoticed, for two centureies, staring out into the distance. That is, untill one of the searching Djinn found him, picked him up, and took him to Lucifer's Palace.
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The applicants, if they could be called that, having been all dragged bodily to the palace, were placed in a room deep in the basement of the palace. From there, Lucifer's new Secretary spoke to them. Your quest is simple. Those of you who remain here the longest will proceed, the rest will have failed.
The exit is here, for any who wish to leave. They say at this points, something was brought into the room.
Some say it was a relic so Divine that it began to flay the very Forces from the Demons. Some say it was an artifact so diabolical that it insiduously compelled the demons to go out and do its bidding. Some say it was nothing at all, and the only things the Demons had to face was one another. Whatever it was, those who were involved aren't talking. Time passed Finally it came down to two. Ralph, and a large, shabby Djinn named Kennek.
And they sat there for nineteen years staring at one another. Lucifer entered the room again some time thereafter. He watched the Djinn for awhile, and then spoke. Its words contain a strength and soul that every writer hopes to achieve, yet few manage. And that is why her works strike home, generation after generation.
After publication in , Wuthering Heights unsettled and outraged critics. It was better to forge a myth than admit that a rational person could write such things. Emily had, however, been imagining and writing such things since she was a child.
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