The search, and trying to conquer part of what does not belong to you, or the unconscious need to reconquer what you believe to be yours unconditionally. Mordecai’s dream in the book of Esther: “Between shouts, tumult, thunder, earthquakes and confusion on earth, two huge dragons advanced ready to fight and engaged in a great battle to prevail.”
A jade beast, an ambitious dragon dipped in gold and jewels. Texts such as the Iliad and the Great Book contain in several of their pages literary images that draw winged animals with more than one head and breath of fire. This month of September has been a month of dragons, a fight that, like the two biblical cities described in the book of Esther, fight to keep the attention of fiction lovers.
Two of the most anticipated series for this summer, through an almost simultaneous premiere, have managed to configure an idyllic field of dreams. A pair of dragons streaming, catapulted by an immense horde of fans of the genre, today wage their battle on social networks, although it is true, the detractors of the series are housed in the army itself. The criticisms that have lacerated the most are those of the experts themselves, we have seen how the debate has arisen between the fans of one series and another, it even seems that indifference prevails between one and the other. Those who discredit plurality and inclusion in The Rings of Power They are the same fans. In the case of the series The House of the Dragon, it happens exactly the same; few are those who compare one series with another, the real battle takes place between those who defend the source texts in both fictions.
Isolating the written word from what the theater offers behind the screens, could be today the most complex task to solve for the creators of television series, the undertakings to accumulate viewers go down a few steps when it comes to facing the translucent truth of what is projected versus the other written truth. We have seen a less rigorous debate about which of the series has been the most watched. The punitive environment has deprived the followers of both plots. read to J. R. R. Tolkien before or after seeing P Jackson on the big screen, or waiting 20 years to enjoy a story sitting on the couch at home; I dare to say, it is the least of it.
Amazon and HBO. At least now, it will be a pair of autumnal dragons vying not against each other for control of the audience. Both undertake a battle that lives in their own territory. In the end, the two companies rely on the brand of a totally improper dragon.