(urth) Ultan's Library publishes new article by Michael Andre-Driussi

Ron Crown crownrw at slu.edu
Wed Aug 27 07:22:56 PDT 2008

A propos new articles, here's another one. It's an interesting article 
with nothing particularly striking for seasoned lupines but significant 
for signs that Wolfe is receiving a degree of attention outside the SF 
world. The author acknowledges help received from two articles by Nick 
Gevers at the Ultan's Library site in the first footnote.

Christopher Beiting, "The Divine Irruption in Gene Wolfe’s The Book of 
the Long Sun," Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture 11 
(Summer, 2008), 86-104.

Your bibliographic servant,
Ron Crown

Nigel Price wrote:
> To coincide with the launch of the second edition of the _Lexicon Urthus_,
> the editors of Ultan's Library are pleased to announce the publication of a
> new essay by Michael Andre-Driussi entitled "The Death of Catherine the Weal
> and Other Stories".
> The essay, which was originally written in 1992 for inclusion in John
> Clute's proposed collection of critical essays on Gene Wolfe, refutes the
> suggestion made by both Clute and Gregory Feeley that Severian's mother
> Catherine was also the Old Autarch. It also examines the mystery of the Old
> Autarch's anonymity within _The Book of the New Sun_ and searches for the
> true identities of some of the key women in Severian's life.
> The editors of Ultan's Library also hope to publish an interview with
> Michael Andre-Driussi about the new edition of his Lexicon in the very near
> future.
> Ultan's Library is an online resource for the study of the writings of Gene
> Wolfe and may be found here: http://www.ultan.org.uk/index.html.
> We warmly welcome articles for publication on the site and invite potential
> contributors in the first instance to contact Jonathan Laidlow at
> jon.laidlow at gmail.com.
> Jonathan Laidlow
> Nigel Price
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