(urth) resurrecting a 2002 thread that posits an alternative lineage for Sev

Marc Aramini marcaramini at gmail.com
Tue Oct 7 08:08:41 PDT 2014

No problem.  I just didn't want meaning to be confused.  [And now it is
indeed you, too, who have said that the ghost of Hamlet's father is not an
alien, and our disjunctive posts have come full circle, three in one, one
in three.]
And the math is indeed the same, independent of the language, (as long as
the consciousness of the mathematician is operating in the same dimension,
I suppose).

On Tue, Oct 7, 2014 at 8:00 AM, Norwood, Frederick Hudson <
NORWOODR at mail.etsu.edu> wrote:

>  First, let me apologize for getting Marc and Lee mixed up.  When I read
> an amalgam of many posts, I sometimes get confused about who is doing what,
> with what, and to whom.
> Even though I’m not a Christian, I do respond emotionally and
> intellectually to the Christianity in Wolfe, and think it adds a lot to his
> fiction.  (As it does to the fiction of Tolkien and Lewis, two more
> favorite authors of mine.)
> Aliens who use a different number base is a red herring.  The math is the
> same, independently of the language in which it is written.  In any case,
> Wolfe writes (mostly) in English.
> And I really do think there are right and wrong interpretations of
> literature.  As somebody said (Marc?  Lee?), the ghost of Hamlet’s father
> is not an alien.  That interpretation would be just plain wrong.
> Rick Norwood
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