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From: "Jason Voegele" <jason@jvoegele.com>
Subject: Re: (whorl) Exodus from the Long Sun
Date: Fri, 4 Jan 2002 11:16:47 -0500 (EST)

> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Jason Voegele" <jason@jvoegele.com>
>> This is Wolfe's (intentional) ploy to clue us in that Horn is the
>> narrator of the book.  And yes, it has been discussed. ;)
> If so I'm not sure I understand the ploy too well - so much of the book
> is not in the presence of Horn and would be speculative.  When you say
> that it was Wolfe's intention to clue us, was that something that Wolfe
> has said or was it a conclusion arrived at in discussions here?

Keep reading :)

In "On Blue's Waters", Horn discusses the manner in which he put together 
the narrative based on conversations with people who *were* there.

> I
> would like to get at those archives and read up on this but I keep
> getting 'the page cannot be found' when I connect to 
> http://www.moonmilk.com/whorl/   Am I going to the right site?  I've
> only recently joined the list so haven't quite found my way round yet!

The lists are moving to a different server, from what I understand.  And 
they are being unified into a single list.  The archives are temporarily 
unavailable, but will be back soon.

>> I had a lot of trouble understanding Tick as well, but I think the
>> above translates to "Bad, bad bird!  Lady, don't be scared."
> Why couldn't I see that?!

It takes practice :)

Jason Voegele

>> Someone here went to the effort of translating many of Tick's phrases,
>> which you should be able to find in the archives somewhere.
> I'll look forward to reading that....

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