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From: "James Wynn" 
Subject: Re: (urth) silk's clean plate
Date: Fri, 22 Aug 2003 17:31:08 -0500

Oops that was supposed to go to Marc only.

I'm not prepared to defend most of this -- that is, not far beyond what I've
done so far -- so please don't get too exhuberant in shooting it down.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "James Wynn" 
Sent: Friday, August 22, 2003 5:11 PM
Subject: Re: (urth) silk's clean plate

> Marc,
> This is my third attempt at sending this email. Each time I've said, "oh
> what's the point" but every time I see your post sitting in my Inbox I
> again. Since you have recently posted that you are re-reading LS, I
> with typical narcissism that you are simultaneously considering the
> of my arguments for Hyacinth being Molybdenum, Silk's Mother, and Tussah.
> I'll add one more angle that I didn't mention before.
> I think the tomatoes are made such a big deal of in LS because the love
> that does not extend to Rose is very important thematically. Marble/Rose
> told Silk that the reason Rose hated him was because she could see how he
> was repulsed by her (chem) prostheses. So it is Silk's ironic damnation to
> fall in love with Hyacinth, a chem with biological prostheses -- actually
> the same chem (Molybdenum) in both cases. Note that Hy can subtly change
> face and does so to make herself look more like Poppy -- so perhaps she
> still has those chem facial implements beneath the skin of her face.
> It all fits sooo nicely. Except for Hyacinth's father with whom I have no
> idea what to do. :T
> Anyway, I'd like to know if you come up with anything.
> James (Crush) Wynn
> -- 


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