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From: "Andy Robertson" 
Subject: Re: (urth) Hyacinth and Silk
Date: Fri, 8 Feb 2002 06:49:09 -0000

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From: "David Duffy" 

> I think, just as Gevers suggests Wolfe is deconstructing all the other
> genres in BotLS, he is having a hack at profane love as not (necessarily)
> being a solution to the existential questions.  I am reminded explicitly
> of _Of Human Bondage_.

So how does that relate to the "false-but-deeply-felt humanity" of the
inhumi, and its equivalent sexuality?

Is Hyacinth the converse of Jahlee: a blood-drinking reptile trapped in the
body of a beautiful woman?   A human being with an inhumi's soul?




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