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From: "Kevin J. Maroney" <kmaroney@crossover.com>
Subject: Re: (whorl) Nightside again, chapter one
Date: Mon, 14 Dec 1998 15:57:45 

At 08:20 PM 12/14/98 +0000, Derek wrote:
>	I suppose Wolfe's least satisfying work was _Pandora, by Holly
>Hollander_, but even there he had a few subtle references[1] & jokes, but
>nothing comparable to _TBoTNS_ or _TBoTLS_. Wolfe also wrote it as an
>allegory; or at least it's capable of being read as an allegory about
>love, the different kinds of love.

I seem to recall someone mentioning that one of Wolfe's contemporary novels
includes, among other things, an elaborate and almost completely invisible
analogy/allegory of the War of the Roses. Was that _Pandora_? 

(Yes, I know that question should go onto the Urth List.)

Wombat, a.k.a. Kevin Maroney kmaroney@crossover.com
Kitchen Staff Supervisor, New York Review of Science Fiction

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