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From: "Dan'l Danehy-Oakes" <ddanehy@siebel.com>
Subject: RE: (whorl) To Adam: Christ in Eden
Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2001 09:59:37 

> > Ummmm... I think, maybe, that Mr Wolfe does not _intend_ us to have
> > the reaction to (Hoof'n'Hide's) Silk|Horn* that we had to Horn's Silk.

> Do you mean Horn's Silk in TBOTLS, or Silkhorn's (i. e. the narrator's)
> Silkhorn?  It's the latter I was talking about.

I mean the former. Silk|Horn (whether portrayed by the Narr or by Hood & 
Hife, is (to me, at least) an attractive character but _not_ the
good man Silk was: he's far more _human_ than Silk-alone.

As for his "disquisitions," well... I won't go as far as "boring," but
they're definitely inferior to those of just-Silk as portrayed by 

who wonders if Horn has a brother named Hardart

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