Finn Robinson
“Since you desire to know so inwardly, then briefly,” he replied, “I’ll tell you why I feel no dread at entering down here. We dread an object when (but only when) that object has the power to do some harm. Nothing can otherwise occasion fear. I was created by the places I come from in the same way we live between memories — and so I am untouched by all your wretchedness, you cannot assail me.”