“Game of thrones” belongs to the pen of Mikhail Sholokhov

Mikhail Sholokhov

“Game of thrones” belongs to the pen of Mikhail Sholokhov

Mikhail Sholokhov

A distant relative of the Nobel laureate made a sensational recognition. It is the pen of Sholokhov that belongs to the “Song of ice and fire”, which served as the literary basis for the series “Game of thrones”.

According to her, the writer worked on his epic novel “the Song about fire, water and copper pipes” almost all his life. Many of the characters have real historical prototypes, and completed the novel should have been a victory of socialism and the building of a just society.

The heiress promised to publish more detailed information later, but noted that according to the author’s plan the action takes place in the post-apocalyptic future. After the Third world war, humanity was discarded in the middle Ages, and the white walkers are the descendants of the imperialists and white guardsmen who unleashed the conflict. Also, the reasons for the failure of the last season became known — the manuscript of the first three volumes the heirs were forced to sell after the collapse of the Soviet Union. A little reworking them, George Martin published under his own name.

The final fourth volume, planned as a key (as in the epic “the Quiet don”) for years considered lost, and only recently was discovered in a hiding place in the country of the writer. According to the heiress, Martin and hundreds of his “literary Negroes”, even having the whole world created by the brilliant Soviet writer, could not create something worthy. At the same time, millions of fans who just fell in love with the Universe of Sholokhov, could not be fooled — they immediately felt the forgery and expressed reasonable indignation.

As it became known from reliable sources, the final season of “Game of thrones” will be reshooted in Russia — this was a prerequisite for heirs who are not ready to sell the manuscript abroad for any money.

Author: администратор

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