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Only after K has outrun this attempt to reimprison him within the confines of narrative is he free to imagine, at the moment of death, the disclosure of his secret life to a fellow tramp, a life that has been lived in memory of the hope of a day in which it would truly be possible to live.
The fundamental question, then, is whether a society in which the state has the power to summarily reimprison several million conditional releasees without a meaningful hearing is one that is compatible with civilized norms of democracy and equal citizenship and is justifiable on policy grounds.
In a race against time, Lara must use her wit and skill to reimprison Set and save the world from Armageddon.