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Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2002 07:56:05 -0500 (EST)
From: Michael Straight 
Subject: Re: (urth) Silk's narrative ubiquity

On Sun, 17 Feb 2002, maa32 wrote:

> I said briefly before that I believe one of Silk's special attributes
> is his ability to inspire other people, who have not even met him, to
> write about him in a way that is true in spirit if not in letter.

I kind of like this idea; it's not much harder to swollow than Mucor's
powers or the Narrator's dream travelling.

But if you're saying Horn-in-Silk really did have a dream about Jahlee
being his daughter and the mother of Krait, long before he'd ever dug
Jahlee up from the ground in Gaon, does Horn/Silk then have prophetic
dreams?  Are there others?  Why doesn't Horn/Silk recognize Jahlee when he
digs her up?  Why does Horn/Silk later seem unable to believe the idea
that Jahlee was the inhuma who bit Sinew?



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