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From: "Roy C. Lackey" 
Subject: Re: (urth) DOORS: perhaps the last note thereon, this round 
Date: Sun, 9 Feb 2003 03:14:00 -0600

Stone Ox wrote:
>Does anybody else think the nuse let him out of the hospital in
>exchange for sex?  It doesn't matter whether she thought he could
>survive afterwards or whether she just thought he was nuts; there's
>adequate motivation either way.  And this adds extra significance
>to North's comment "Not a word about her, you notice?  They're
>afraid they'll make them quit using nurses on the men's floor."

I hadn't really thought about _why_ the nurse would help him. She risked her
job, her car, and possible criminal charges. Motherhood seems a compelling
reason; I just hope she wasn't the same greedy nurse who nailed poor Bailey!
Then again, maybe she was. Maybe the story was true about North catching her
in the act; he blackmailed Gloria into helping him.

>The conversation at the beginning of chapter 34 may indicate that
>North knows Lara.  My opinion is that he was her lover as well (although
>it appears that he doesn't know she's the Goddess, unless he's lying
>about that as well).

It's hard for me to think of the Goddess choosing North. His personality is
so different from Green or Klamm. The only thing I see in favor of his
having been her lover is his name; but if that's enough to establish a link,
then I'll bet that W.F. was her lover as well, somewhere along the line, and
I get no hint that he was a Visitor.

I took that conversation as indicating that North was surprised to learn
that Green knew Walsh's lawyer, and thought Green had been conspiring behind
his back during those four months he had been missing.



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