jordonflato at gmail.com
Thu Mar 19 14:22:33 PDT 2009
I'm not sure where you fall on the 'hierodules' argument, but hopefully, you
are not one to see them as "insect beings" who have no divinity or
legitimate connection with divinity. Otherwise, it seems like it would be
hard to make the case for the Neighbors having that quality and not the
On Thu, Mar 19, 2009 at 2:16 PM, David Stockhoff <dstockhoff at verizon.net>wrote:
> Sure they are. That is, they are of Faerie, as much as they can be while
> still being aliens on an alien planet. They're green, aren't they?
> Gods, fairies, same thing when it comes to the most ancient tales. It's
> about otherworldliness. Wolfe seems to see connections, not distinctions,
> when he writes in the fantastic or mythic mode.
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> I've got to third this.
> my text matches Roy's correction.
> it really notches the idea down.
> Even that a Stag can be a god (is that right) doesn't really jibe because
> teh neighbors are not gods.
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