emcmullin at kl.com
Wed Dec 15 17:36:40 EST 1999
> > "I still haven't dared return to "Gibbon's Decline and Fall", my
> > > sense of disaster happening was so great."
> > >
> > I finished this one and can at least encourage you that
> > it won't be
> > past bearing.
> I was very dissatisfied with the choices presented at the end of that
> I didn't find any of them acceptable!
Me too. I am wondering about that anew because of this topic. Were we
supposed to know or deduce which one she would pick? Wasn't clear to me at
> That one Tepper (drat which was it?) where the
> > woman who
> > doesn't fit in to her society sacrifices herself to become a
> > new life form -
> > what was it argh? - that one I don't think I really got over.
> > But it had
> > lots of new ideas in it and a very new perspective.
It might have been, but for some reason it is in my mind that it was on
another planet than Grass and that the book was written after the other as a
companion novel. Aiee, the horror of vagueness! You know, I think I do
want to read that recent one about the ocean planet where the women are
immured or something, has anyone?
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