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happy-lollipop:

I’m sure this isn’t gonna happen
but i really want to… 
fyeahsophieturner:

In Sansa’s case a lot of that comes down to Sophie Turner’s performance, which I think has been really stunning… I just think she’s been really haunted in that role. When things really take the turn for the worse towards the end of season one, there’s just a look in her eyes of real agonizing, numbing suffering. And the two things I think about the most with her is the look on her face when Jack Gleeson as Joffrey forces her up onto the roof to look at the heads of her father and the septa, and then the contrasting look on her face after Joffrey and Margaery announce their betrothal at court at the end of season two. Watching that smile, which you have literally never seen in the entire season prior to that point, break out on her face is like the sun coming through the clouds. - Sean T. Collins | Women of Westeros Podcast

Please,” Sandor Clegane rasped, cradling his arm. “I’m burned. Help me. Someone. Help me.” He was crying. “Please.

A Storm of Swords, p.472

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My father said she was a strong woman, and I believe a strong woman may be stronger than a man, particularly if she happens to have love in her heart. I guess a loving woman is almost indestructible.

Lee

East of Eden - John Steinbeck 

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Day 15: “I am no bird; no net ensnares me” 
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