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From: CRCulver@aol.com
Subject: (urth) More on Peace
Date: Sun, 23 Aug 1998 19:16:22 EDT

Jason Voegele wrote:
<Whoa there!  That's a BIG can of worms.>

But so is every Wolfe book. <g>

<We had quite a good discussion of PEACE early on in the list, so you should
be able to get some good info from the archives.>

Because my computer has only enough memory to let me view one volume of the
archives before I have to reboot my computer (it's 12 years old), can you give
me the specific volume?

<For starters, it does appear the Weer is dead from the outset of the book>

What is all this business about his stroke? 

One thing I find positively creepy is the absence of Weer's parents. They are
only mentioned in the section relating his childhood, and then they are not
actually present. It has occurred to me that they died and Olivia, because
Weer was very young, just told them they were on vacation. This hypothesis
fits in with the changing on the vacation from a planned one year to more than
two years. However, I'm not sure if this is write.

Christopher R. Culver <crculver@aol.com>
"The darkest dreams are the ones that come true."
-Warren Defever

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