Cutting Didoes (gone OT)

Beverly Flanigan flanigan at OHIOU.EDU
Wed Oct 16 22:02:41 UTC 2002

At 05:49 PM 10/16/2002 -0400, you wrote:

>The premise of NotB and its sequels, To Sail and The Cat, is that the
>Burroughs device allows access to multiple possible universes, including
>the ones of literature. The characters visit and/or meet characters from
>Oz, Alice's Wonderland, Heinlein's own _Stranger in a Strange Land_ and
>_The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress_ and the Future History (Lazarus Long
>being a principal character in NotB & seqq.), and many others. The
>"Future History" universe may not contain NotB & seqq, but the reverse
>is certainly true.
>-- Mark A. Mandel


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