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Author: R.A. Salvatore
Book Format: Mass Market Paperback
Original Title: Sojourn
Number Of Pages: 309 pages
First Published in: 1990
Latest Edition: May 1st 1999
Series: The Dark Elf Trilogy #3
Language: English
Generes: Fantasy, Dungeons And Dragons, Forgotten Realms, Fiction ,
Main Characters: Drizzt Do’Urden
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John
Thank you for uploading this magnificent piece of contemporary fiction. Although it is medieval-mythology themed fiction, I must say, there are some rather anthropology related themes in the world of Forgotten Realms. Yes, our beloved protagonist Drizzt is a fine stoic and righteous ranger. And indeed Drizzt deserves to be rightfully acknowledged for his decency despite being an unfairly pre-judged dark elf. All of that is true, and yet, the exception to the rule doesn't automatically discount or discredit the rule itself. Dark elves face an unwelcome reception form surface-dwellers and goodly-races for a reason. The prejudice dark elves endure is well earned. So too in our own world, stereotypes are not without a grain of truth, and patterns are noticeable about the origins of things and places. The chapters involving Montolio Mooshie and Drizzt's time living with him is especially captivating and highly original (although I wonder if Bluster the Bear is a subtle reference paying homage to Beorn from the Hobbit). Montolio the blind ranger is an archetype that I think JRR Tolkien would've strongly approved of. It's hard to say what people like CS Lewis and JRR Tolkien would've actually thought about D&D Forgotten Realms novels...maybe they would have liked them; and maybe not. The battle in the Grove was epic though, I must say, it was especially amusing to visualize how ugly and crude and invasive the orcs were. I like to imagine them rolling up in a beat up sedan blasting loud rap music and trying to whistle and fondle victimized farm girls. Then, when lawful and decent men of the community try to restore balance and protect their own women from unwelcome intruders they, of course, are reprimanded and chastised by the liberal community. Haha! No but seriously, amazing book series, and unbelievably righteous protagonist. And that Roddy McGristle is too funny. The incident involving the Thistledown family was very sad. This is my second time revisiting this book series since I was 14years old, and I had forgotten how depressing the Thistledown massacre was. Really took a toll' on ole Drizzt's conscience.
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