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I haven't read this series, but it's clear at a glance that the name Valkyrja is related to the famous valkyries, the warrior women of Norse mythology best known for choosing fallen warriors in the field of battle and bringing them to Valhalla. A quick look on Wikipedia reveals that "valkyrja" is actually the original Old Norse name, and also notes ...


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What makes Sammy think: "Poor kids, I began to feel sorry for them, they couldn't help it" has nothing to do with his own reaction. It isn't only Sammy and McMahon that were entranced by the situation. Everyone in the store was too, male or female: The sheep [other customers] pushing their carts down the aisle […] were pretty hilarious. You could ...


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Some fan sites, such as the Watership Down Wikia, have speculated or even presumed that King Darzin and his followers are hares, but without providing much evidence to support this conclusion, and in spite of evidence against it such as the fact that the rabbits have supposedly never seen the type of creature that Darzin was. A fan asked Richard Adams this ...


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In the story we read: The next night Rabscuttle, who had been told by El-ahrairah what he had to do, went to the garden and dug a scrape. He hid in the scrape all night; and the next morning, when the children were brought to play, he slipped out and joined them. There were so many children that each one of the mothers and nursemaids thought that he must ...


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"Oh, what have I done, I killed the wabbit, Poor little bunny, Poor little wabbit" Elmer Fudd What's Opera Doc.


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In a famous episode from the Táin Bó Cúailnge, or Cattle-raid of Cooley, demigod Cú Chulainn - the most terrifying creature in Irish mythology - and his foster-brother Ferdiad find themselves on opposite sides. Medb, queen of Connacht, launches the raid in order to steal a renowned stud bull, but Cú Chulainn has invoked the right of single combat at fords ...


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