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From: "Alice Turner" <al@interport.net>
Subject: (urth) sybil as inhumus
Date: Sun, 28 Jun 1998 11:52:34 

Oh ye of little faith, observe. These are citations from the text, Claw,
Timescape edition.

284: "...and as I studied her face I had come to doubt that she was an old
woman at all, and to recall only too clearly the hideous faces of the
cacogens who had removed their masks when Baldanders had rushed among them."

286: [says Hildegrin of Jolenta] "'And a bat bite did it? They've grown
uncommon strong lately then. I've been bit a couple of times myself.'"

291: "As I suspected, the Cumaean was not a woman at all; yet neither was
she one of the horrors I had beheld in the gardens of the House Absolute.
Something sleekly reptilian coiled about the glowing rod. I looked for the
head but found none, though each of the patternings on the reptile's back
was a face, and the eyes of each face seemed lost in rapture."

Remark, please, the difference between entirely plausible suspicion (even if
slightly jocular) and fan fiction. If you can figure it out.


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