kissdbyfire Posted April 1 Share Posted April 1 It's important to note that people's interpretations of literature can vary based on their personal biases and perspectives. However, it's generally understood that the Starks are not portrayed as villains in George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" series. The Starks are initially presented as the honorable and just rulers of the North, who are trying to do the right thing in a world filled with political intrigue and violence. They are depicted as sympathetic characters, with their struggles and tragedies being central to the story. It's possible that some readers with poor reading comprehension skills may have misunderstood the plot or characters, leading them to view the Starks as villains. It's also possible that some readers have a personal preference for other characters or houses in the series, leading them to view the Starks negatively. Overall, it's important to approach literature with an open mind and strive to understand the story and characters as they are presented by the author. Curled Finger, Morte, Aldarion and 2 others 5 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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