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It’s an interesting interview because it touches on some new territory, particularly at the end where GRRM’s status as a conscientuous objector during the Vietnam War is discussed in relation to his depiction of war in the series. On the other hand, I do wonder how his remark that conveying ideas of political, philosophical, etc. nature is best left to non-fiction will be received. I know a few people who’ll argue most strenuously about that.
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