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originally posted by: Bluntone22
a reply to: scraedtosleep
I think you're the first person that I've heard say that.
Like Tolkien, who hated the accusation he was doing allegory, and always bristled at the suggestion that Lord of the Rings was about World War II, or even World War I, which he had fought in. I’m not writing allegory either, but I live in these times, and it’s inevitable that they’re going to have some influence on me.But during the process of writing these, I probably would have been much more immersed in the politics of the Middle Ages and the Crusades and the Wars of the Roses and the Hundred Years’ War.
originally posted by: tayton
I loved the entire series but I cannot believe Snow stabbed her nor understand why the dragon didn't eat him. Perhaps the dragon only had a short time to take her somewhere to be revived? Why not, he was, lol