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Subject: Re: (urth) Sev's Deaths
From: Josh Geller 
Date: 09 Jul 2003 08:38:53 -0700

On Wed, 2003-07-09 at 07:28, Michael Andre-Driussi wrote:

> There is definitely a body for "sailor Severian" on the ship Tzadkiel, and
> one for Apu-Punchau in the Age of Myth.  Apu-Punchau is clearly independent
> once the "narrative Severian" has moved on.  Based on this, there might
> well be an independent Conciliator who miraculously "survives" the blast at
> Mount Typhon at about that point where "narrative Severian" takes to the
> corridors of Time . . .  this becomes boggling because, just like the
> post-narrative Apu-Punchau, it means that we do not have all of their lives
> and acts as direct witness -- they both go off and do other things, which
> Severian doesn't know about.  As I've called them before, they are
> "slivers," or maybe "sheddings" would be better.


This is all correct, as near as I can tell.



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