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From: Allan Lloyd <lloyd@nexus.kc3.co.uk>
Subject: (whorl) re Bad Horn
Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2001 17:17:49 +0100

Adam asks what clues there are to Horn's adultery before Seawrack. Page
249 of OBW Seawrack says "Well, a woman is what I am. Like your Nettle,
or the Tamarind you talk about sometimes..."

And in the list of Proper Names in the Text, Tamarind is listed as "a
fishmonger's widow". 

So that's what Horn got up to on his trips to town to sell paper!


(Sorry about the date on the last post, my computer thinks it's still
2000 for some reason. I hope this one's right)

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