Springer Theory for u (sln)
One might ask whether the work of producing representations of Weyl groups by geometric means, carried out in the previous chapter, was worth-while. Our point is that absolutely the same machinery can be applied to construct representations of sln(C) and perhaps other semisimple Lie algebras, cf. [Na2]. Many of the objects we use for studying the sln(C)-case are analogous to the objects in the Weyl group case.