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Date: Tue, 7 May 2002 15:56:29 -0700
From: Michael Andre-Driussi 
Subject: Re: (urth) PEACE: Morryster's _Marvells of Science_

Jerry Friedman wrote:
>How certain is it that the _Marvells of Science_ in _Peace_, which
>I'll get around to someday, is another of Gold's forgeries?

Well hmmm.  It seems as certain as his forgery of THE NECRONOMICON and his
forgery of Kate's diary.  As Adam Stephanides noted before, it is a big
pointer to the nature of Gold's bookstore as a place of books so rare as to
be impossible: the rising music which crescendos a few pages later around
the more famous and unspoken NECRONOMICON.

(Still hunting for another source to that wonderful "Venus di Milo" story!
So haunting, since I all-but-swore that I'd seen it before, somewhere, just
before reading PEACE . . . )


booklets on Gene Wolfe, John Crowley
Lexicon Urthus out of print!


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