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Date: Fri, 24 Jan 2003 09:13:18 -0600
From: James Jordan 
Subject: Re: (urth) Question about a different novelist named Wolfe

Now there's a thought. Given all the wolves in Wolfe's writings, and his 
spins on Nero Wolfe, it seems likely that Gene has read the writings of 
other Wolfes. Perhaps there are lots of spins on Thomas Wolfe's books in 
Gene's. I've not read the latter, but maybe someone here has.


At 08:40 AM 1/24/2003, you wrote:
>On the bookshelves (at least when some of his books are misshelved in the 
>Fiction section), Gene Wolfe sits by the early 20th-century writer Thomas 
>Wolfe. Has anyone read any of Thomas Wolfe's work? Would you recommend it? 
>I've always been intrigued for some reason by Thomas Wolfe's 
>intimidatingly large books, and wonder what sort of experience reading him is.
>Christopher Culver 


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