The Book of the New Sun Vol 4- The Citadel of the Autarch
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Or am I reading it wrong?
At the start of the fourth book, either in the first or second chapter, Severian ponders over how Morwenna killed her children and her husband. However, in book two, in the first chapter, it clearly states that Morwenna was framed by another woman.
Is this simply a plotting mistake by Wolfe, which I very much doubt, or is there something else going on in this sub-plot that I have missed?
However, I found Severian's constant ponderings about religion quite tedious (which I am certain is simply Wolfe's mouthpiece in this regard). Normally, I love reading this sort of thing, but Severian's take on religion and religious ideas bored me no end.
I was sneering at Wolfe's stylistic affectations, and I noted the "multiple personality disorder" in that same sneer. I'm gratified to see my points echoed in a number of posts--not that there are many posts. This classic didn't seem to sit very well with many, eh?