WWW: Ripping Off King Arthur -- #189 I'd Love To Completely Redraw the World Part Ten
arspitzer at earthlink.net
Sun Jun 15 20:24:05 PDT 2014
On 6/14/14 4:29 PM, Saxon Brenton wrote:
> Well, that's meta. (But I suppose this is the right place for
> meta...) and then Tanza get's all introspective.
> You know, it occurs to me that with many unpleasantly motivated
> people, they're self-absorbed, subject to cognitive dissonance,
> and convincing themselves that they're always in the right and
> fully justified with whatever bit of obnoxiousness they practice.
> And then you have the likes of Tanza who are self-aware enough
> to recognise their bulldust for what it is. This makes for a
> character who has the capacity for redemption, but (if she
> consciously chooses to be bad) also has the capacity to be very
> dangerous. Or continue to be dangerous, as the case may be.
Hmm. Do any female characters get redeemed in King Arthur? Can't
remember any. Did Guinevere become like a nun at the end?
Arthur "Suppose I should actually read that sometime...." Spitzer
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