Gene Wolfe and Literature: There Are Doors August 26, 2020 Art/Culture 1 min read Marc Aramini on third person narration in Gene Wolfe’s 1988 speculative fiction novel. Share this Facebook Messenger Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Email Terminus Est Latest posts Gene Wolfe And Literature Bonus: Tracking Song Gene Wolfe and Literature Part 11: An Evil Guest Gene Wolfe and Literature: There Are Doors Gene Wolfe And Literature: Sorcerer's House View all Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ Previous Story Australia is the World Leader in Being a Nanny State Next Story Tool Tip: Mason’s Rule Latest from Art Looking at Thune’s Vision Editor’s Note: Make sure to check out the other posts at The Last Redoubt I’ve gotten Get Your Boomer Shirt We have been tough on the Boomers over the years, so we decided to make a New Shirts We have added two new shirts to our MOTW collection at Crypto.Fashion, so head over and Movie Review: Spider-Man: No Way Home Editor’s note: Here is a review by our friend Ruricolus. I’m so far outside the target A Quick Introduction to Richard Wagner and “Der Ring des Nibelungen” or the Ring Cycle Wagner’s Ring of the Nibelung is the most auspicious, grandiose, more-than-slightly unhinged, opera of all time.