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Cultural/Religious Inaccuracies

Discussion in 'Reader's Corner' started by Lord Valgaav, Oct 31, 2018.

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    How do you all personally feel about this when it comes to fiction works? Is it a big issue for you, or do you give the author freedom to remake reality as they go?

    For example(and a wild one at that), say someone wrote that king David of Jerusalem lived long enough to meet king arthur, and trained him how to be a warrior king instead of Merlin.

    Or if Norse deities were used by people of Mediterranean backgrounds.

    Juat random examples. But do you as a reader/critique care about such inaccuracies? Or do you just try to enjoy the story for what it is?
     
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