Re: RARA-AVIS: more Teran

Date: 28 May 2001

On the whole, Mark, I think you're right; except maybe that the protag's sense of family is strong, calling as it does for some pretty drastic thought and action. If in addition to the personal any more ethical basis can be found for his attitude and actions... Whether anything can be built out of the personal alone does seem doubtful. Maybe this book is finally an interesting examination of the consequences and condition of nihilistic individualism.
>but it had to end there, there was no
>where for Teran to go from there.
Yes, and that follows.


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