40 Years On, I think that “Postliberal” sums it up
I had wondered this myself, but I didn't expect this answer.
Good answer.I guess it's a problem for any craftsman--work hard enough on making the story and background solid, and people expect it to be as good as the Craftsman's work.I suppose everybody makes typos, and because Gene Wolfe loved to make critical points depend on "throw-away" details like a woman's hair changing from one chapter to the next, fans confidently create very complicated explanations over things I suspect were typos.
And in one Lord Peter Wimsey short story, Dorothy L. Sayers disguised a vital clue as a typo.
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