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From: "Alice K. Turner" 
Subject: Re: (urth) Doors: opening the man trap
Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2003 21:01:23 -0500

Shell quoted a Rodentoid interview with GW:

"...Laura is looking for lovers, but Green is looking for love and
he has found it, or he thinks he has found it. And whether she loves him or
not, he loves her enormously. He can deal with the idea that she doesn't
love him, that she doesn't have any particular feeling for him. It makes no
difference to him; he still loves her."

snip snip

"He has found something to love. I think the trouble with a whole
lot of people in this world is that there is nothing at all that they care
deeply about. And it is certainly the trouble with Green. But now he has
found something to care deeply about and he is making the correct decision.
He has not made the mistake of saying, "It is too much trouble and so I'm
not going to do it."

Nowhere is Green going to his death mentioned, as one would expect, but
Wolfe's reading here seems to suggest he simply is pursuing what ultimately
will be unrequited love despite the great sex.

I have no intention of reading Doors again, but this is also a description
of Silk and Hy.

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