princess elia martell Posted March 29 Share Posted March 29 Hello! I am currently in the process of writing my undergraduate thesis, which is focused on what the Lone Wolf and Cub trope tells us about masculinity. (The trope is basically a warrior and a vulnerable youngster who travel together.) One of my chapters is centred around The Hound and Arya (the other two being Joel and Ellie from TLOU, and Logan and Laura from Logan) and I thought it might be helpful to consult other fans by opening up a discussion and engaging in thoughtful discourse about how Sandor and his relationship with Arya (as well as Sansa and Joffrey) explores the theme of masculinity. (I’m focusing primarily on the books but will also likely explore the TV show representation, comparing the two and questioning why those changes were made and how the show explores masculinity in the context of Sandor and Arya.) Obviously, it’s an academic research-based essay so I’ll have to ground it in wider critical theory and reading but I’m basically just looking for a space to discuss the relationship in an analytical and critical way in the context of masculinity and possibly have my eyes opened to things I never noticed. I appreciate any help you can offer! Thank you! Northern Sword and Annara Snow 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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