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Representation Of Women In A Game Of Thrones

The Representation of Women in ‘A Game Of Thrones’

For my project I will be researching the representations of the stereotype that is women within the hit television show on HBO and the novels by George. R. Martin, ‘A Game of Thrones’. This franchise does portray women in different ways and at first it has a classic stereotype of gaining power and sexual objects but later has many storylines from women’s point of view. My research looks deeply to how women are portrayed or used within Game of Thrones, using websites and the novel itself to dive into the use of women how they are as they stereotypically would be portrayed and expanded upon women from their point of view. Game of Thrones is only for an adult audience due to violence and sexual nature which the books emphasises more than the television show with more cases and descriptions of crimes such as rape and killing of women and young children, this may be because the television show may not be able to highlight all these issues through visuals but can speak about them. Continue reading Representation Of Women In A Game Of Thrones

Winds Of Winter Sample Chapter (Theon)

Theon

The king’s voice was choked with anger. “You are a worse pirate than Salladhor Saan.”
Theon Greyjoy opened his eyes. His shoulders were on fire and he could not move his hands. For half a heartbeat he feared he was back in his old cell under the Dreadfort, that the jumble of memories inside his head was no more than the residue of some fever dream. I was asleep, he realized. That, or passed out from the pain. When he tried to move, he swung from side to side, his back scraping against stone. He was hanging from a wall inside a tower, his wrists chained to a pair of rusted iron rings. Continue reading Winds Of Winter Sample Chapter (Theon)

Winds of Winter Sample Chapter (Victarion)

The Winds of Winter – Sample Excerpts

Victarion (Not the full chapter)
The Noble Lady was a tub of a ship, as fat and wallowing as the noble ladies of the green lands.Her holds were huge, and Victarion packed them with armed men. With her would sail theother, lesser prizes that the Iron Fleet had taken on its long voyage to Slaver’s Bay, a lubberly assortment of cogs, great cogs, carracks, and trading galleys salted here and there with fishing boats. It was a fleet both fat and feeble, promising much in the way of wool and wines andother trade goods and little in the way of danger. Victarion gave the command of it to Wulf One-Ear.”The slavers may shiver when they spy your sails rising from the sea,” he told him. Continue reading Winds of Winter Sample Chapter (Victarion)