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Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2002 19:55:34 -0700
From: Michael Andre-Driussi 
Subject: Re: (urth) Shadowy reflections on an amazing article

Jerry Friedman quoted Nigel Price and wrote:
>> Ignoring for the moment that other great maze in Wolfe's writing,
>> namely the labyrinth encountered by the Student ("Theseus" because of
>> his "thesis"!)
>There's one I never thought of.

Wow.  So you might be in the market for a (U.S.S.) Monitor as the Minotaur, eh?

Fantastic worlds await you!

(Gee, this is like making balloon animals as party favors--actually I wish
I could make balloon animals this easily.  That would be a useful skill!)

Ahem.  On another tangent, gushing about "A Solar Labyrinth" must be
tempered by noting the very creepy ending.  Or so it seems to me.


Sirius Fiction
booklets on Gene Wolfe, John Crowley


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