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Jan murmurs survival rhymes as he's lying in his hammock happily drunk. There are dozens of strange, creepy dreamcatchers hanging from the ceiling, with bones and skulls instead of feathers and beads. 

The verse Jan is singing now is from the nursery rhyme mentioned early in the story (see page 16). It was meant to teach kids not to mess with ice gifts.

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