History Literature / AnansiBoys

27th Oct '15 2:46:51 PM LahmacunKebab
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* AMythologyIsTrue: While it is [[AllMythsAreTrue part]] of the same universe as ''Literature/AmericanGods'', this story deals exclusively with West African and Carribean mythology.

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* AMythologyIsTrue: While it is [[AllMythsAreTrue part]] of the same universe as ''Literature/AmericanGods'', this story deals exclusively with West African and Carribean Caribean mythology.
10th Jun '15 8:58:53 AM Black_Diesel
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8th Jun '15 2:06:18 AM Eagal
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* BlackAndGreyMorality: To be honest, Tiger and the Bird Woman have pretty good reasons to be upset. Anansi can be a righteous asshole and is known for tormenting them and many other gods, who merely refuse to help Fat Charlie, rather than actively seek revenge. Of course, they are just as liberal in their own JerkassGods tendencies, and they're targeting Anansi's sons for RevengeByProxy, so any sympathy points they may have dry up pretty quickly.
25th Apr '15 2:50:07 AM Patachou
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LennyHenry has voiced Fat Charlie for both the audiobook and a BBC Radio adaptation. A film version allegedly fell through because [[ExecutiveMeddling the studio]] wanted [[RaceLift a predominantly white cast]] (despite the characters' Caribbean heritage being central to the mythic elements of the story), and Neil Gaiman steadfastly refused. However, he eventually resumed working on an adaptation, which has recently been rescued from DevelopmentHell by production company Red, [[http://www.theguardian.com/books/2014/feb/04/neil-gaiman-american-gods-anansi-boys-tv who will produce a mini-series for BBC based on the book.]]

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LennyHenry Creator/LennyHenry has voiced Fat Charlie for both the audiobook and a BBC Radio adaptation. A film version allegedly fell through because [[ExecutiveMeddling the studio]] wanted [[RaceLift a predominantly white cast]] (despite the characters' Caribbean heritage being central to the mythic elements of the story), and Neil Gaiman steadfastly refused. However, he eventually resumed working on an adaptation, which has recently been rescued from DevelopmentHell by production company Red, [[http://www.theguardian.com/books/2014/feb/04/neil-gaiman-american-gods-anansi-boys-tv who will produce a mini-series for BBC based on the book.]]
19th Mar '15 9:39:56 PM SpectralTime
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* BabiesEverAfter: [[spoiler:For Charlie anyway. Spider hasn't gotten there yet.]]

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* BabiesEverAfter: [[spoiler:For Charlie anyway. Spider hasn't gotten there yet. Gods have a rough time of it, but they're half-and-half, after all.]]



* [[DatingWhatDaddyHates Dating What Mommy Hates]]: Part of Rosie's reason for dating, and eventually becoming engaged to Fat Charlie.

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* [[DatingWhatDaddyHates Dating What Mommy Hates]]: Part of Rosie's reason for dating, and eventually becoming engaged to Fat Charlie. [[spoiler: Spider too, but, ''unlike'' Charlie, she does fall genuinely in love with him.]]



** Spider.

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** Spider.Spider is a swaggering party animal who is trying to steal and/or ruin his brother's life, but he does care about him and Rosie deep down.
1st Oct '14 1:52:20 PM ThePrinceOfWarchester
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* AMythologyIsTrue: While it is [[AllMythsAreTrue part]] of the same universe as ''Literature/AmericanGods'', this story deals exclusively with West African mythology.

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* AMythologyIsTrue: While it is [[AllMythsAreTrue part]] of the same universe as ''Literature/AmericanGods'', this story deals exclusively with West African and Carribean mythology.
19th Sep '14 3:58:09 PM Eagal
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* [[spoiler:BabiesEverAfter]]: [[spoiler:For Charlie anyway. Spider hasn't gotten there yet.]]

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* [[spoiler:BabiesEverAfter]]: BabiesEverAfter: [[spoiler:For Charlie anyway. Spider hasn't gotten there yet.]]



* FakeBrit: Charlie is said to have spent years trying to overcome his American accent to sound British.

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* FakeBrit: [[invoked]] Charlie is said to have spent years trying to overcome his American accent to sound British.
16th Sep '14 9:30:37 AM ThePrinceOfWarchester
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* AMythologyIsTrue: While it is part of the same universe as ''Literature/AmericanGods'', this story deals exclusively with West African mythology.

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* AMythologyIsTrue: While it is part [[AllMythsAreTrue part]] of the same universe as ''Literature/AmericanGods'', this story deals exclusively with West African mythology.
15th Sep '14 3:30:39 PM ThePrinceOfWarchester
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* AMythologyIsTrue: While it is part of the same universe as ''Literature/AmericanGods'', this story deals exclusively with West African mythology.
11th Jul '14 7:10:47 AM Divra
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* NonIndicativeName: Fat Charlie was never fat. Between the ages of ten and fourteen he was slightly pudgy, but the nickname got created and stuck.
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