Posts tagged sansa stark
Posts tagged sansa stark
They are children, Sansa thought. Their dreams were full of songs and stories, the way hers had been before Joffrey cut her father’s head off.
Sansa pitied them. Sansa envied them. (x)
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And then Sansa teaches her pony-sized furry killing machine to take food delicately from her hand, because manners are important.
“I love the backbone that Sansa shows in this series. What do you have to say to the Sansa haters out there?” [x]
[corners you in a dark alley] yo i heard you were talkin shit about sansa stark
and I realized something:
the scene Sansa is hated for, when she does not defend her sister during her fight with Joffrey and then the audience with Robert?
Sansa is drunk.
I’m Sophie Turner and I play Sansa Stark.
Sansa has a very independent view of the world because she’s very unaware of what happens. She’s the sort of girl that believes in princes and when her prince is gonna come and take her on the horse and ride away into the moonlight and things like that. She’s not so close to her father, she’s more her mother’s side.
She loves her father so much, but I just think she doesn’t show it as much as Arya does. She thinks that’s not the queenly thing to do. And she wants to be queen, of course.
second season Sansa Stark.
my blog was missing Sansa and Margaery ;-;
Poor baby :(
There Are No Heroes Left For Sansa Stark
With the anticipated return of A Game of Thrones for its second season, Lois expresses her concern over the fate of Sansa Stark, arguing against all the hate the poor girl experiences from some of the fandom. Read her full post.
The Stark children (even Jon Snow) all have this willful expectation that they will always be met and treated with some modicum of honor and respect. This is due to their genteel upbringing with parents who, being parents, shielded them from the harsher realities of how ugly the world can be. Their physical isolation growing up in Winterfell only solidified this disconnect with the rest of the world. Is Sansa naive for trusting Cersei Lannister and thinking that marrying Joffrey is the end all be all? Absolutely. Does that make her some sort of villain who “deserves” to be raped, beaten, and killed? Absolutely fucking not.
Bryan Cogman: Now i think Sansa gets a bad rap. I’m gonna— I’m gonna address some critics of Sansa. She is one of my favorite characters, and I have great affection for her as a character. […] I think Sansa— she’s been told that the world is a certain way, and through the course of this season and indeed the series finds out that it’s not. And some people find her behavior annoying and selfish, but she’s a kid—she’s a teenage girl, you know, and—
Kit Harington: I have to agree with you. I really like Sansa in the books. I have no objections to her at all. I think she’s misguided in a lot of ways, but she’s by no means in any way lesser than any of the other children. I think she does some brilliant things in the books—like when she stands up to Joffrey with the dismembered heads. I love that moment.
Bryan: I think in many ways some of the stuff she does in the later episodes are every bit as heroic as the things that Arya does. She just has to play a different game than Arya.
—1x04 “Cripples, Bastards, and Broken Things” Audio Commentary
Life is not a song, sweetling. Someday you may learn that, to your sorrow.