(urth) Attending Daedalus

Tristan Davenport tristan_davenport at hotmail.com
Mon Jun 12 12:01:10 PDT 2006

I haven't read Attending Daedalus, but from your description it sounds like 
the kind of everything-is-political criticism that's fashionable in PoMo 
academia these days.  I believe the same kind of thing has been said about 
the New Testament, among other works.

                             tristan_davenport at hotmail.com

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>Has anyone read Peter Wright's Attending Daedalus?  The scholarly language
>makes me fear I miss the point.  I think he is saying that BotNS story is
>really about a political power struggle between two powerful and not very
>nice groups manipulating Severian, the overall philosphy being to address
>issues like colonization and imperialism and such.  Any other thoughts on
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