jon rr stark Posted December 28, 2011 Share Posted December 28, 2011 Yes, but it's always possible to interpret differently, right? Using the same logic, A Dance with Dragons, for example, would imply one single dance with dragons, but there were many involved in what could be described as trying to dance with the dragons. Or A Storm of Swords, which I think is in fact quite a few storms of swords.Anyway, leaving the A and THE aside, the title to me is pointing towards everything that is going on with the struggles in the north. below and beyond the wall, around the Starks, and the changing of the seasons.Well the song of ice and fire, the ice surely is the north - whether starks, others, the wall - the fire the trags. The Ice doesnt seem to be emerging so far with the north having no decent army, the others doing who knows, jon (ice?) possibly dieing. Fire ( a targ - dragon rider) are in a much stronger position whoever emerges on top. My guess is the fire element will be set up in KL aegon or dany. The winds of winter will balance the odds by bringing winter south.So The 'the perhaps readdresses the balance with the last five books predominately about the game of thrones in KL this one will sort out the power in the north. In the end I see the straks return but perhaps not till book 7 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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