From: Joe Morris 
Subject: [PKD] TTOTA: Ch 11-12
To: (pkd)
Date: Mon, 24 Jun 2002 13:15:49 -0400 (EDT)

Kirsten offs herself and the bishop attempts to hold down the
scandal by destroying part of her suicide note.  The life-after-death
book, "Here, Tryant Death", is published and Bishop Archer leaves
the church to take the think-tank job in Santa Barbara.

Angel tries to regroup after losing everybody she loves and
takes on a new lover who we meet briefly in an "asshole moment".
Hopefully it's just the grass talking. Tim calls to say he's
visiting the Bay Area before jetting off for Isreal.

This section is very meditative: lots of discussion of philosophy,
Wozzeck and poetry. It was cool to see Angel try to mentally
will the bishop on to fight for his life.

p.184 "You get to tell the truth when you're schizophrenic"

Any thoughts on this quote
p.189 "in no way had the Renaissance overthrown or abolished
      the Medieval world: *the Renaissance had fulfilled it*
Then he goes on the discuss some of Dante's work

  Joe Morris, SysAdmin and Not Insane
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