AGoT Sansa 6

This chapter convincingly portrays a depressed Sansa: still self-absorbed (imagining how her suicide would shame those who mistreated her), yet becoming increasingly self-aware, and even able to resist Joffrey within her mind.

Stray thoughts:

  • Arys Oakheart isn’t that stellar of a guy here.
  • “[Sansa wished] that someone would throw [Ilyn Payne] down and cut off his head.” I call that a prediction.
  • Sandor holds the unique position of apparently being able to sass Joffrey with impunity.
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