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Date: Tue, 18 Feb 2003 07:37:56 -0800
From: Michael Andre-Driussi 
Subject: Re: (urth) Wintry thoughts on Wolfe

Adam Stephanides wrote:
>But I'm not sure why you need this information to "approach" my claim.  If
>you believe Wolfe's protagonists are capable of genuine love, why not say

Because I don't know what you are "pointing at" when you say "genuine
love."  If I don't know this, then my approach is limited to a shrug.  I
cannot comment if I do not grasp the context.

>Well, the paragraph you quote was triggered by my rereading Patrick
>O'Leary's THE IMPOSSIBLE BIRD, which, while it may not be "about love," does
>contain convincing depictions of love.  So do John Crowley's works.

So then, here is a start: which scenes from which John Crowley books
(barring THE TRANSLATOR) spring to your mind as convincing depictions of
"genuine love"?



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