FIND in
<--prev V30 next-->

From: Alex David Groce <Alex_Groce@gs246.sp.cs.cmu.edu>
Subject: Re: (urth) PEACE: geography and interviews
Date: Mon, 06 Nov 2000 18:55:05 

Nutria said:

>     I also wonder if earlier interviews are more coy, and later ones more
> straightforward. I tend to think that the Silk narrative is something of an
> answer to those who got the Severian narrative wrong. (Not that any of us
> have got it RIGHT!)

I think Wolfe is fairly straightforward in that interview, but I also
don't recall a lot of the kinds of questions he tends to be devious
about ("who killed who?," "which egg was drugged," "what does Silk see
when he thinks he sees Pike's ghost").  Wolfe seems to answer these
things sometimes, but really regard them as "cheating" on our part if
we have to go to him.

"And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free." John 8:32
Alex David Groce (agroce+@cs.cmu.edu)
Ph.D. Student, Carnegie Mellon University - Computer Science Department
8112 Wean Hall (412)-268-3066

*More Wolfe info & archive of this list at http://www.urth.net/urth/

<--prev V30 next-->