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From: Peter Westlake <peter@harlequin.co.uk>
Subject: Re: (urth) A Solar Labyrinth
Date: Mon, 06 Jul 1998 10:51:19 +0100

At 14:43 1998-07-04 -0400, Jason wrote:
>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

The Minotaur hides in the shadows. But at noon, there are no shadows.


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