(urth) Any strong defenders/defenses of LAND ACROSS?

David Stockhoff dstockhoff at verizon.net
Thu Jan 15 16:58:55 PST 2015

I sometimes fear that to understand Wolfe, I will have to read everything.

On 12/23/2014 7:16 PM, David Duffy wrote:
> On Tue, 23 Dec 2014, Nick Lee wrote:
>> This discussion has turned my attention back to the Land Across and 
>> my old
>> notes. I'd originally intended to write a series of essays on TLA but 
>> lost
>> the time and will. What follows is a summary of my thoughts after I read
>> the book and did some research just after it was released. I've just 
>> added
>> many paragraphs from memory. I've lost some of my notes. I'd post it
>> directly to the list, but I hate what it does to my formatting.
>> https://vagueshrine.wordpress.com/2014/12/23/the-land-across/
> Very interesting.  A review of the Eliades book mentions:
> 'In chapter 1, "The Dacians and Wolves", the author adduces 
> substantial evidence...of the original meaning "wolf" for the tribe 
> name "Daci", which places this group in the line of peoples who 
> considered a blue or grau
> she-wolf their mythical ancestor.  This is substantiated by a number of
> valuable observations on the role of the wolf... and werewolves.'
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