(urth) Borrowed Man writeup

Ab de Vos foxyab at casema.nl
Mon Oct 1 07:46:00 PDT 2018

There is also one in which he looks at the moon of the jungle planet 
which is covered in ice. That too is because of the water. There would 
not be an ice and fire mythology - nazi's were fond of that one (/Arktos 
the polar myth/  by Joscelyn Godwin)- here, would it? Or something pre 
Socratic like water and fire or love and hate battling.

Op 1-10-2018 om 14:46 schreef Marc Aramini:
> Also, there is a scene in which ern claims that water vapor makes the 
> sky on the other planet so blue. Normally this would be just a little 
> inaccuracy, but given the name of the Coldbrooks and the prominence of 
> the color blue (from the blue and white clothes of the mother to the 
> blue and white planet pictured next to the red planet choked by a 
> snake on Murder on Mars to the man in blue looking for him to the blue 
> smock of Chick to the blue trimmed shirt he pulls on from Cob’s room 
> to .... the violet instead of blue eyes of Colette?!!!!!!! How does 
> that interrogation go with Payne and fish - it dwells on the color of 
> her eyes So ... blue indicative of a Coldbrook or a fragment of a 
> coldbrook - an error which tells a symbolic truth.
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