DEAR TV: GOT

Television Section: LARB’s Collected “Game of Thrones” Coverage

From 2014 until the show’s finale in 2019, LARB’s Dear Television series helped Game of Thrones fans process the stirring, enraging, and disappointing developments of each episode. Now that the show is over, no need to rewatch it — you can relive it instead by rereading Aaron Bady, Phillip Maciak, Sarah Mesle, et al. as they ponder each week’s episode, all the way until the final write-up, in which Mesle muses on how she will “let it go.” — LARB Editorial


“Game of Thrones”: Cynicism Rules

DAENERYS TARGARYEN is everyone’s favorite liberator: beautiful, blonde, bold and just. Over three series, she has acquired an army and three fire-breathing dragons, and looks set to take on the corrupt powers of Westeros. But an unnerving seam of cultural ...






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