Leigh Bardugo’s Grisha Trilogy is set in a fantasy world loosely but obviously based on Russia. I’d like to write a detailed article about how exactly Russia influenced the world of Ravka, aside from the obvious aesthetic similarities, I’d like to look at the use of symbols to establish that connection, as well as the history and culture Bardugo was influenced by in constructing her actual story.
I might be good to discuss the Grisha trilogy's relationship to modern literature and pop culture. How does it in to certain genre or thematic guidelines to attract wider audiences? – Thomas Munday8 years ago
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