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Re: Biblical Allusions in No. 6
« on: February 21, 2015, 02:58:00 pm »
@listenforthelove once I wrote an essay about some art piece I saw that had an apple in it, and it was after I played like 3 weeks straight of Assassin's Creed, so I wrote about how the apple is the Fruit of Knowledge and I got points off because the type of the fruit was actually never mentioned in the Bible OTL But on that note, there are also oranges in No. 6, and in Hebrew oranges are sometimes referred too as golden apples :) Although, that would be modern Hebrew, not Biblical Hebrew.

@Weisel the problem with that is that Lilith didn't need anyone to show her the truth, she was curious and stubborn by nature, and that was why she was portrayed so badly: an independent woman was the worst type of woman back then. I'd say that Lilith is Safu, not necessarily because she didn't sleep with Adam/Shion, but more because she defied the authority of Adam and God although she knew the consequences.

I'm trying to think of a role for Inukashi, but I can't ^^ I could also think of another story that has some parallel lines, the story of David (Shion) and Samuel (Fennec) but it's kinda forced...