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From: Jack Lyons <revjack@radix.net>
Subject: Re: (whorl) Re:  Digest whorl.v009.n006
Date: Sun, 1 Nov 1998 08:24:32 

On Sat, 31 Oct 1998, Kieran Mullen wrote:

:>From: Ranjit Bhatnagar <ranjit@moonmilk.com>
:>It still worries me that French and Latin are mentioned by name, though.
:>If Wolfe mentioned a historical person by name (say, Neil Armstrong), it
:>would be hard to argue that he really meant someone else, analogous to
:>our Neil Armstrong.
:  Of course Neil (or someone like him) *does* appear in TBotNS in
:one of Rudesind's paintings. :-)

Clearly another allusion to the Trinity, with Neil
representing Christ, Ultan as the Father, and Rudesind as
the Holy Spirit. Surprised no one else caught this.


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