Calluna: Sansa Stark: Of Birds and Wolves

Calluna analyzes how Sansa Stark’s association with birds and wolves affects her growth as a character in Game of Thrones.

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8 Comments on "Calluna: Sansa Stark: Of Birds and Wolves"

Pine Hill Prophit
Guest

woooow someones a fan of preston jacobs ay? (btw everyone should check him out if you like real GOT theory videos presented by somone who was a fan long before the show ever exsisted), way to jack his video ideas tho ,thumbs up A+ way to go

Brodinsons
Guest

Ummm….. these connections aren’t hard to make? You don’t need to steal someone else’s analysis to arrive at these conclusions, because they’re supported by the text.

Also way to be a pretentious book snob, shaming people for when they entered the fandom, thumbs up A+ way to go.

Sean_C
Guest

I’m amused that you think Preston Jacobs was the first person to stumble onto these ideas.

Alaster Boneman
Guest
My hope is that Sansa and Arya find away back to each other and have the close relationship that eluded them in ‘peace time’ and win back the North. Though since woman cant inherent their family names or lands their going to have retrieve one of their bothers, honestly it likely be Riken because Brains drank the children of the forest/ three eyed raven cool aid and Jon isn’t going to abandon the wall. and wouldn’t that be ironic the least important Stark being risen up to king/ward of the north? On a side note I also hope Arya can… Read more »
Sean_C
Guest

Women can inherit their family name and lands. See: Maege Mormont, Anya Waynwood, Arwyn Oakheart, Lyessa Flint, Eddara Tallhart.

andrch02
Guest
My idea is likely an unpopular one, but I don’t see Sansa lasting longer than Littlefinger does, at least in the books. I think that she’ll make it back to Winterfell at some point, she’ll have Littlefinger and Harry’s help to do so (Harry likely giving her a child before dieing himself), but in the end her learning the Game of Thrones will be all for naught. Littlefinger and Sansa’s group will have possession of Winterfell just as the Others show up. Littlefinger will be out of his depth because you cannot play the Game of Thrones with the Others… Read more »
Sean_C
Guest

Sansa’s becoming a player isn’t a tragedy in the sense you mean it, because not being a player is why she’s in the situation she’s in. Indeed, she’s essentially on an arc to remedy the mistakes made by her father Ned as well, who didn’t know how to play the game and as a result died and caused his children to suffer greatly as well.

Sansa’s on an arc paralleled with her siblings, of learning new skills that will allow them to help restore their house. As Jojen Reed said, the wolves will come again.

Magpie14
Guest
I’m really thankful for this video, because, I believe that people unfairly hate Sansa. I think people hate on Sansa because compared to other strong female characters like Dany, Arya, Brienne, the Sand Snakes, etc. she seems really weak; but I feel like people forget that Sansa doesn’t have the experience, the power, nor being in the right location to become a strong female character. She doesn’t have a large army and dragons like Dany, she wasn’t trained to fight like Brienne, Arya, or the Sand Snakes, and for most of her character growth so far has been in King’s… Read more »
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