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From: "Jason Voegele" <voegele.6@osu.edu>
Subject: Re: (urth) A Solar Labyrinth
Date: Sat, 4 Jul 1998 14:43:47 

Robert Borski wrote:
>One of my all-time favorite short-shorts by Gene Wolfe is "A Solar
>Labyrinth." And yet no one I've ever shared the story with has ever been to
>figure it out, to solve the maze, if you will. So allow me my Daedalean
>intrepretation. (My apologies if this repeats anything similar said by
>others--I know the story has been discussed, but can't remember details.)
>It's about tv, folks.

This is an interesting interpretation, and you're right--no one I know has
ever come up with anything like it.  One question though: what do you
suppose is the "sinister element" that Wolfe claims to have "kept so far in
the background that few readers notice it at all"? (Introduction to STOREYS

Jason Voegele

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