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From: "Alice K. Turner" 
Subject: Re: (urth) Tracking Song
Date: Sat, 1 Jun 2002 00:56:30 -0400

[Huge snip]

>          Certainly the Bible gives no hint of an ultimately saved Cain,
> I know of no pseudigraphical literature that does. But it looks to me as
> Wolfe might be playing that trick here.
>          But what do you think?

But Ratty, way back when, someone, maybe you, silenced me on some rant by
pointing out that Cutthroat is loved wherever he goes. By everyone. Even
when he is menaced underground it is the immediate affection that everyone
seems to feel for him immediately that saves him. How does that follow a
Cain reading? The mark? If so, that needs a bit of explanation.

(Sorry I should look back in the archives, or even in the novella, but it's
just too much....)



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