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Date: Thu, 25 Apr 2002 11:50:25 -0700 (PDT)
From: Phoebe Davis 
Subject: Re: (urth) American gods 

I found a text line that seems quite lupine but a line of dialogue?  I reread the
postscript (which I'm sure is what Gaiman means by the epilogue) several times and can't
say I recognize anything from a particular Wolfe book but found 2 candidates. 

"They said it was a good place for men, but a bad place for gods."
"He was me, yes. But I am not him."

Gaiman is another of my favorites, as is Tim Powers.  


--- DhSunanda@aol.com wrote:
> In his Acknowledgements, Neil Gaiman writes:
> "I took the best line of dialogue in the epilogue from Gene Wolfe, to whom, 
> my thanks"
> (Headline, UK paperback edition)
> Any ideas which line, and where (assuming a published source) it came from?
> Thanks,
> Sunanda.
> -- 

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