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From: "Andrew Bollen" 
Subject: Re: (urth) RTTW Chras writings
Date: Thu, 9 Jan 2003 01:30:02 +1100

Josh wrote:

> I really do think it is from "Hamlet's Mill".
> Anyone who enjoys Gene Wolfe's fiction owes it to themselves to read
> Hamlet's Mill.

Tks - I'll check it out if I can find a copy.

As an aside: I think the hacks who put together the Chras writings would
have had an abundance of material to work with. There's a snippet in UOTNS
which I think reveals that Typhon was the ruler of Cyriaca's tale, who
founded the library of Nessus. The doctor in the Typhon-era version of the
Matachin Tower, to Severian: "This coast is quake-prone, as the old records
indicate clearly enough - praise to our monarch, by the way, for having them
brought here ...".


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