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From: Jim Jordan <jbjordan@gnt.net>
Subject: Re: (whorl) Clute's revelation
Date: Wed, 16 Aug 2000 00:52:21 

At 01:19 AM 8/16/2000 -0400, you wrote:

>As I read on, I became more and more convinced.  I could be unconvinced
>by some dazzling logic, but it sure seems to me that our humble narrator
>may not be completely human.  There are some counter-arguments:  Oreb
>still likes him, for one thing.  But what about that bit near the end
>when Horn/Silk talks ruefully about his appetite being too great?

	The appetite stuff is typical of Silk, though. He was always semi-fasting.
	I'd like to see some positive evidence for this thesis. The last line of
the novel might be a clue, but only with a lot more evidence.

Patera Nutria

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