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17th Apr '15 9:19:10 AM LordGro
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In the fictional reality of the epic of Gilgamesh, the tales of how Ishtar treats her lovers are true. Gilgamesh is not drawing on his knowledge of fiction to make his decision. He rejects her because he has heard bad things about her; that's all that is happening here. Not an example of Genre Savvy.
15th Apr '15 5:31:50 PM Vasha
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Putting some of the older items to the beginning
24th Mar '15 1:18:14 PM Anddrix
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21st Mar '15 11:37:39 AM StFan
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27th Sep '14 3:25:07 PM Flamedrake92
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8th Aug '14 7:17:53 PM DoctorDetective
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Inaccurate. The books do refer to a flaming eye. Not on top of the tower like in the movies, I believe, but still, it's there.
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