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Monday, 23 January 2006

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Scott Eric Kaufman

Too much stuff to respond to. I tried to break this post up into a couple of smaller ones, but it didn't work. Maybe I should've anyway. Point being, I'll be responding to much of this later tonight in my first response. I may respond more slowly though, since I want to address this point-by-point.

Rich Puchalsky

Yeah, I wrote it, I thought "this is too long", I thought about what to cut, and then I realized that cutting it would take more time than writing it.

The last time I tried a close reading of an SF book, with Banks, I ended up with a bunch of posts that turned out to be book-length. So this is at least *relatively* restrained.

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