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 We love the women that the fandom hates

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MessageSujet: We love the women that the fandom hates   Lun 19 Sep 2011, 11:14



Une nouvelle communauté vient d'ouvrir sur LJ et le but est de mettre en avant les personnages féminins détestés/descendus par le fandom.

Pour des informations détaillées, je vous renvois sur le LJ:

http://akzseinga.livejournal.com/234631.html

Mais en gros, il faut savoir que la personne qui clâme aimer un des persos, doit lui dédier un post par jour pendant 1 semaine, sur son LJ.

Je vous propose donc de reprendre ici tous les posts écrits en l'honneur des persos que vous aimez et qui sont repris dans la liste ^^

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Now, these kids are not destined. In fact, loving each other was a byproduct of their destinies in the sense of their destinies brought them together, but them loving each other actually pushed against their destinies. Their destiny is the mission. Their love distracts from that. The mission wins out. This is their great tragedy. ~ anythingbutgrey, about Cangel

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MessageSujet: Re: We love the women that the fandom hates   Lun 19 Sep 2011, 11:15

Anne Boleyn, The Tudors, défendue par roh_wyn
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Day 1

Anne Boleyn is, at first glance, hard to love, much less defend. History has not been particularly kind to her, and her portrayal by Natalie Dormer in The Tudors, while brilliant, is not especially sympathetic. She is, by any measure, the most reviled of all of Henry VIII's six wives, and yet, she is easily the most fascinating as well.

Anne Boleyn is not just a pretty face on the show. She's well-versed in language and diplomacy and she's well-read enough to debate theology with the scholars of her time, including Henry VIII himself. She's a determined and surprisingly effective political player in an era when the wives of kings were little more than baby machines, although she meets her match in Thomas Cromwell.

Her stubborn refusal to submit to Henry's will wins her his hand in marriage, and her world--and ours--is changed forever. Finally, when forced to pay the ultimate price for her willfulness, she faces her end with dignity and grace.