Sansa and Sandor quotes from the A World of Ice and Fire
"Though not so large as the Mountain, Sandor is still a powerful man with great courage and ferocious skill."
"Called the Hound for both his family's arms and his fierce loyalty to the Lannisters, he is soon made Prince Joffrey's sworn shield."
"Riding with King Robert to Winterfell, Sandor first meets Sansa Stark and becomes infatuated with her."
"In the process, the Hound finds and kills the butcher's boy, Mycah, at Queen Cersei's command."
"Sandor tells her the true story behind his burned face and says Gregor purposely killed one of his challengers in the lists, Ser Hugh of the Vale. However, Clegane then threatens to kill Sansa if she ever reveals these truths."
"It is noted that the Hound never aims his sword at his brother's unprotected head though Ser Gergor does not return the courtesy."
(several other events are not mentioned, but are mentioned in Sansa's section)
"During the Battle of the Blackwater, Clegane leads a force attempting to hold the King's Gate, but is unable to fulfill his duties due to his fear of the burning wildfire raging on the river and on the docks. Instead, he finds his way to Sansa Stark's chambers, where he forces her to sing him a song while trying to work up the courage to take her with him out of the city. Her fear of him - as well as her song - makes him leave without her." (no mention of her cupping his cheek, or leaving his cloak, although that is mentioned in Sansa's section)
"Intending to ransom Arya to Robb Stark, Sandor's plans are foiled by the Red Wedding and he kills several men while escaping the slaughter." (no mention that he saves Arya's life, although it is mentioned in Arya's section: "... they arrive just as the slaughter of the Red Wedding begins. Clegane fights his way out, and when Arya tries to enter the castle and help her family, he knocks her unconscious")
(no mention that he brings up Sansa a dozen times, although there is the mention that he is "infatuated" with her, above)
"Tired and drunk, he confronts Polliver and the Tickler at the inn at the crossroads after they attempt to take him prisoner. He kills Polliver while Arya Stark stabs the Tickler repeatedly from behind. The injuries he receives in the fight become infected, however, and soon he is unable to travel further. Arya considers killing him, and the Hound attempts to force her into it by telling her how he killed Mycah and how he made Sansa sing for him. But Arya leaves him to die alone in the woods instead." (no mention why he got so drunk so fast, hearing about Sansa's marriage to Tyrion)
"The Elder Brother of the Quiet Isle - the head of the septry - finds Clegane and ministers to him. The Elder brother later reports to Brienne of Tarth that the Hound is no more and that he left his helm to mark the place of his passing."
"Place of Death: Riverlands" (this is assumed, since Sandor is most likely the gravedigger)
"During a particularly vicious beating, Sansa considers pushing him off the castle walls, willing to fall with him as needs be, but instead the Hound leads her away and gently cleans the blood off her face."
"She attempts to compliment him on his prowess, but Clegane mocks her, calling her a pretty bird parroting what others have taught her. In a fit of drunken honesty, he tells her how Gregor once pressed his face to a brazier for daring to steal a toy, and speaks of his hatred for false knights like his brother. Then he threatens to kill her if she reveals his story to anyone." (no mention that she touches him)
"Joffrey has Sansa publicly beaten... The brutality of it leads the Hound to stand up to Joffrey, but Joffrey ignores him." (no mention of his cloak, although this is mentioned later)
"The great riot in King's Landing that follows Myrcella Baratheon's departure for Dorne - caused by Joffrey's callousness toward the unrest in the city as more and more people starve thanks to the war - nearly claims Sansa's life, but as she is dragged from her horse, the Hound appears, killing the men around them as he leaps onto her horse and carries her to safety."
(no mention of Sandor's role in the nameday scene, or the serpentine scene)
"Returning to her room, a stab of pain in her belly makes her falter, and the Hound catches her... He again reveals more of himself to her, saying he does not believe in the gods, and that any man who says there was no pleasure in killing is a liar."
"Then she returns to her own chambers, only to find the Hound there, drunk and wounded from the battle. Threatening to kill her if she screams, he tells her that he is the loser on the day, thanks to the Imp. He forces her to sing for him. Then, when Sansa fears he might try to kiss her, he departs the chamber, leaving behind his torn and bloodied white Kingsguard cloak, which Sansa hides away in a chest." (no mention that she cups his cheek and that she puts on his cloak and that he offers to take her with him and keep her safe, although this was mentioned in his section, nor that she later thinks about going with him)
(no more Sandor mentions, but overall, no sense of Sansa's inner life during ASOS and AFFC - no thoughts, no fantasies, no dreams, no memories, no regrets, no missing Sandor and her family; also no mention of Tyrion's unwanted move on her, and only one of Littlefinger's, their "attentions" are told from their perspectives in her section)
Edited by Le Cygne, 08 December 2012 - 11:58 PM.