what i dislike about witch week's ending (spoilerish)

Nat Case ncase at hedbergmaps.com
Fri Jul 20 21:53:13 EDT 2001


At 8:05 AM +0800 7/19/01, Paul Andinach wrote:

>He also says that the process that created the WW world was not a
>proper world split, and that the WW world is not a real world in its
>own right, but a sort of distorted copy or fragment of a real world
>(which explains why it's not more different from the real world, and
>why the differences that do exist have nothing to do with Guy Fawkes
>blowing up the Houses of Parliament).
>
>IOW, the recombination of the WW world with the other is not an
>unnatural reversal; it's the creation of the WW world in the first
>place that was the unnatural reversal.


I think of the recombination of worlds in Witch Week being like HIS 
coming back into his home valley in Homeward Bounders, or the 
recombination in Deep Secret: DWJ seems to be saying that "real" and 
vibrant people places, thing,s and worlds are the result of a 
combination of monotonies, and that at the same time, monomous, flat 
places and things and so on are the result of their not being "all 
there." A good thought to keep in mind...


Nat
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