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The Happy Slave: or, Khaleesi’s American Dilemma

  1. April 4, 2014 @ 11:15 am Sarah Mesle on Facebook

    Anna Mae Duane for Avidly!

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  2. April 4, 2014 @ 9:57 pm Brian Forrest

    It’s a wonderful comparison Anna has drawn here. It remains to be seen whether the Khaleesi would use her drones against her own subjects (or, more pointedly, her most trusted advisers), but if so, an “I told you so” followup to this piece would be in order.

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    • April 4, 2014 @ 11:18 pm Anna Mae Duane

      Yes–very good point, Brian. Will she have to increasingly rely on the unfailing loyalty of the unthinking/unfeeling to respond to dissent? My money is on her drones deciding that they aren’t so content after all. (I haven’t read beyond book 3, so your guess is as good as mine!)

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  3. April 4, 2014 @ 11:15 pm Avidly on Facebook

    Brian Forrest commented on Avidly:

    It’s a wonderful comparison Anna has drawn here. It remains to be seen whether the Khaleesi would use her drones against her own subjects (or, more pointedly, her most trusted advisers), but if so, an “I told you so” followup to this piece would be in order.

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  4. April 4, 2014 @ 11:18 pm Avidly on Facebook

    Anna Mae Duane commented on Avidly:

    Yes–very good point, Brian. Will she have to increasingly rely on the unfailing loyalty of the unthinking/unfeeling to respond to dissent? My money is on her drones deciding that they aren’t so content after all. (I haven’t read beyond book 3, so your guess is as good as mine!)

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  5. April 13, 2014 @ 4:08 pm Beyond Television | The Women of Westeros Representation | Beyond Celebrity

    […] new category named : Beyond Television ! Many topics are in center of Game of Thrones, such as slavery The myth of the happy slave, mysogyny, etc. Here I want to question the role and the representation of the women of […]

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