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Do you think it would be OK if I wrote my coursework about the spice and wolf light novel? If anything there's at least a lot to write about. Please let me know what you think...
Will that be wise?
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I want to know because I have only seen the first two seasons and I still can't see how this can work out because it is told that Solo has a very long lifespan if she does marry Lawrence there will be heartbreak when he dies because Humans have a very short lifespan compared to her.
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I want to know because it is a pretty good series in my opinion and I want to see how it ends.
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Recuerda que "el tiempo es oro" no estas equivocado "el tiempo es viento"
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I have a deep-seated love for all things History. And I do have a good time pinpointing the origin for certain elements in fantasy settings. The unveiling of Dale, for instance, in The Hobbit movies, reminded me of a Tuscan village teleported to the vicinity of Lhasa.
I'm nearly done with Spice and Wolf's season 2 (what a journey it has been) and I've been playing this little game with myself (look at those flemish-like rooftops, of, what nice baroque statuette...).Thing is, Dianna holds a book, on which there's a page with a woodcut-print of a Wolf clawing the Moon which I found delightful and flavoured the whole thing, looking medieval enough to make me wonder - was this ripped from an actual historical source I couldn't pinpoint, or is it an original design of the series?
These same Wolf and Moon are featured in Season 2's ending: the wolf is sitting still and the Moon has a bandage - cute!
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... How do the books end? I am not much of a reader and would love to see them actually finish the story out through the anime, but that probably won't happen. I just thought I'd ask.
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Yesterday I was searching for some information about the third season, and I've found a lot of people saying that they are already making the third season, but these comments were quite old -a year or so. But when I was searching on youtube I’ve found a person who says, that there is a petition for this season to come true! So I ask every member of this community to fill up this website and give a helping hand for every Spice and Wolf fan to get the third season, please. (and merry christmas to you all, may you have a lot of presents and a lot of good time with your family and friends :)
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Hello, recently I was searching the internet and I found almost nothing about the third season. Some say there will be no trird season at all, but there are others who say there might be. Any idea if there will be the third season or not?
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Hi everyone! I am wondering how interested you'd be in seeing seasonal layouts on the Spice and wolf wiki. (Background image and color pallate)
I'd change them 4 times a year. I think the current one is really suited to fall.
Let me know what you think!
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As an English teacher, I find myself thinking about Spice and Wolf an awful lot. I hope this is due, at least in part, to the series' organic artistic merit. Whatever the reason, my mind often finds connections to works of literature with which I am currently engaged. I was curious if anyone else is making connections to movies, stories or poems and Spice and Wolf?
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I make a claim in the marriage entry that Lawrence is amused by but is also envious of the marriage his friend Mark has with Adele. Do you think I am correct in this? I confess it is not clear cut since they do not h ave a "lovey dovey" relationship but one filled with pricks and points (as Lawrence and Holo have).
When they first meet Mark says that Adele loves it when he makes money which excuses his attempt to make money. But he is a merchant and that is what he does. There is this element of teasing between even when she is not there and later when she does make an appearance and the conversation turns to Fermi Amati, she goes on and on about what a catch he is. But this again is a mirror of Holo teasing Lawrence about the young men with whom she flirts. What do you all think?
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