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An Isle of Fancy: Where Good Trumps Evil
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RSS reader. Rocky Wilson Author of Sharene. Sharene Reviewed "This is an amazing manuscript.
The characters are fabulous, as is the plot. I am impressed with your imagination, writing skills, and storytelling ability. The readers will truly love this material. It took a while for me to process the full atrocity of the Red Wedding, the way it destroyed a group of would-be heroes while demonstrating that the threat of violence underlies all social rules.
Similarly, the death of Oberyn Martell at first just seemed gruesome, but then seemed genius for the way it exploded expectations about revenge narratives.
The Most Disturbing Thing About the Shireen Scene on 'Game of Thrones' - The Atlantic
As I wrote in my roundtable entry about the episode , modern culture rarely depicts non-insane parents harming non-insane children. But the idea of innocents sacrificed by their fathers lies at the center of some of the most influential stories of all time—see: Jesus.
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Many viewers have pointed out that Shireen has a close mythological precedent in Iphigenia, the daughter of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra. The troops are stuck and starving and the general, Agamemnon, must sacrifice his own daughter to turn the fates to their favor. Across history and across cultures, people have killed the defenseless in hopes of rewards from unseen forces, often out of a desire to change the kind of inexorable circumstances that Stannis faces.
The Aztecs are perhaps the most famous practitioners, with priests making a daily habit of ripping out beating hearts to keep the sun in the sky.