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  • When Sevarian, Dorcas, Dr. Talos, Baldanders, Jolenta and Jonas went through the wall of Nessus, I don't know how they got split up.

    Sword & Citadel by Gene Wolfe

  • So, Ellie, I hope you will forgive my absence, and likewise anyone else reading this who might have expected to see me this afternoon Baldanders?

    Selfish Saturday

  • Baldanders argues that this is good time management, and it may well be.

    Waving, not drowning

  • I was just looking over my and my friend's journals, marveling at the fact that I hadn't posted for a month and a half, and contemplating this entry when Baldanders AIMed me out of the blue.

    Waving, not drowning

  • To offer my entirely unsolicited opinion, I think the very coolest personal graphic I've seen on LiveJournal belongs to Baldanders.

    Eugenics Corner

  • When the end of the old world comes, Baldanders knows it and is there to meet it, and to welcome the new: for Baldanders has remade himself a thousand times over before the world's end.

    who i am

  • The world sees what Baldanders wants it to see, and Baldanders does what he wants to do.

    who i am

  • Dr Talos is the feint, the wave of the hand and the burst of fireworks; Baldanders is the heart, the furnace, the engine.

    who i am

  • A friend of mine notes: Baldanders also forces villagers to give him their children and cuts them into pieces.


  • Baldanders, the giant in Gene Wolfe's "Book of the New Sun," is a creature of contradictions: he is slow of speech but deep of thought, ponderous but explosive.

    who i am


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