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From: "Endymion9" <endymion9@mindspring.com>
Subject: (whorl) Pas on Blue
Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2001 07:28:36 

I've seen much discussion of the passage in which Horn says that because he
[Horn] is on the whorl, then Pas is also there.  I don't think it is that
cryptic a passage.  I think Horn routinely makes statements that confirm he
1.  That Horn is dead and his body is rotting on green
2.  That he is in Silk's body

He can talk about all the peripheral issues unemotionally and accept them,
such as realizing that Silk and pieces of Pas have merged and are present in
him.  The only thing he cannot look dead on and accept is that Hyacynth is
dead and Silk will have to live without her now.

So talking theoretically about Pas being present blah blah blah doesn't
upset him, but accepting that he is Silk and Hyacynth is no more crushes

Just my two cents on the matter (smile).

And if I may be so bold on another subject.  Alga I miss your voice/insights
here, even though I know you didn't like Wolfe's treatment of Jahlee and
women in general in this story.


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