Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2003 23:23:26 -0700 (PDT) From: firstname.lastname@example.org (David DiGiacomo) Subject: (urth) Re: Rape and Misogyny in Wolfe >From: "James Wynn"
> >I for one would appreciate a listing of the rapes -- particularly any "Rape >as Salvation" events (the Jolenta one does not apply IMO). I found the rape of Mora to be most objectionable. >Also, it has been frequently reference that Wolfe exhibits misogyny. I've >yet to encounter it (and notice it -- which may be revealing about me). I'm >curious what other readers have read in Wolfe that they consider to be >misogynistic. Possibly it is in works I've yet to read. "The Death of Dr. Island" is in a class by itself, but certainly "Seven American Nights" and "The Ziggurat". --