specefication

Master Post/Links for my theories as requested

 The Theories

I finally made one YAY so there are also seperated 

PS BRAIN DUMPS ARE ALSO THEORIES
I just call them brain dumps because they’re theories I rushed through and just blurted out of my brain quickly without editing or thinking about
but they are very key if you wanna understand the rest of my posts 
Also I decided to also link to my fan fics if anyone is interested in reading them Warning I only do them or post them when I get drunk so writing may be a bit bad :’) But I love them

For you guys that are looking for @lucayafever23‘s Cold War links here they are chronologically:

1.MASSIVE PARALLEL ANALYSIS WITH WWII (GIRL MEETS TEXAS 3) AND THE TRIANGLE GUYS!!!!

2.AMERICA LOVES RUSSIA, AMERICA DOESN’T LOVE RUSSIA

3.COLD WAR 1A

4.COLD WAR 1B

5.BOOM (Volcano vs bomb) Series Part 1  Maya unveiled break down

6. Boom (Volcano vs. Bomb) Series Part 2 Curtains break down

7. Break down series - Boom (Volcano vs. bomb) World of Terror Break down

8. BMW ASSUMPTIONS AND LUCAS 

9. LUCAS AND RILEY’S SIBLING RELATIONSHIP BROKEN DOWN

10.Riley as the Black Swan Theory Girl meets once upon a time Lucaya analysis

11. DOY AS A SHADOW CHARACTER FORESHADOWING RL AND LUCAYA

12. COLOUR THEORY BRAIN DUMP

13. SHAWN SHADOWING LUCAYA

14. JORDAN SHADOWING LUCAYA AND EXPLAINING SKI LODGE

15.  THINGS LUCAS SAID IN TRIANGLE – ANALYSIS

16.Lucaya analysis Huckleberries and Pancakes GMTGLONY

17.Boom (Volcano vs The bomb) Series Part 3 Behind the curtain

18.Farkle as Pippin

19.Cold War The Iron Curtain/Split in Girl meets world

20. Boom series A Character analysis in Cold War series Part 1- Zay and Robinhood

21. BOOM SERIES A character analysis in Cold War series Part 2 -Smackle and her quest and necessity  for individuality

22.BOOM SERIES Riarkle and their space race

23.BOOM SERIES A character analysis in Cold War series Part 3 -Smackle and her role Name analysis


Brain dumps (Also theories but based on specefic things more)

1. GIRL MEETS MONEY

2. Prediction for Girl meets new year 

3. Girl meets New year brain dump

4. Thor Shadowing Lucas  GM Highschool braindump series

5.  RILUCAS AND THE ABILITY TO RIDICULE THE VERY CORES OF A RELATIONSHIP   GM High school braindump series

6. RILUCAS AND THE ABILITY TO RIDICULE THE VERY CORES OF A RELATIONSHIP ~2  GM Highschool braindump series

7.  GM JEXICA BRAIN DUMP 

8.Gravity and Jexica Our town

9. GIRL MEETS PERMANENT RECORD BRAIN DUMP

10. GIRL MEETS TRIANGLE BRAIN DUMP

11.Triangle Arc Massive Post

12. Katy Hart and Triangle

13.Girl meets friendship angry post

14. Flaws and Gm Triangle 

15.Brain dump on I do series Part 1

16. Brain dump on I do series Part 2

17.

Lifting your head and Girl meets she don’t like me (cold war)

18.Girl meets sneak attack Lucaya break down reaction

19. Girl meets She don’t like me Brain dump series Part 1

20.Girl meets she don’t like me Brain dump series Part 2

21. Foreshadowing of Lucaya Thread

22. What happened series Lucaya Part 1/?

23. Riarkle ACM Braindump (The realisation and the bomb)

24. Anastastia  Girl meets hollyworld brain dump Cold War

25. Girl Meets Acm Braindump -The Notebook Zayadora Cold war



Drunk Drabbles

1. Lucaya Drabble - Moment

2.  Riarkle Drabble- Bad day in Rileytown 

3. Lucaya Drabble- Maya’s patch

4.Lucaya drabble- The best

5.  Continued series- THE KING AND QUEEN Chapter 1.1  (Riarkle and Lucaya fic)

6.Continued series- King and Queen Prologue/Plot

Other theories linked to mine

1.

The crucible (GMTGLONY)

2. Youtube video highlighting what i think is close to events of cold war

3. The crucible Cold War propaganda

4. It starts at 10 and cold war

5. Farkle’s skeleton Back pack

justhereforthegifs  asked:

Do you know anything about magical realism? Like what to do/not to do took keep it from bordering fantasy, specefic genre features etc.?

Magical realism and fantasy are very different genres, While the first one assumes magic to be inserted in reality in a subtle way, the second one introduces magic and magical creatures into this world or a new one in a not very subtle way.

Literature is highly influenced by political, historical, social, and cultural context. The birth and the rise of magical realism also falls under the influence of the elementes mentioned above.

The term magical realism was first used in painting, then it was used in literature to refer a new tendencie among South American writers (Latin American writers). This new tendencie started around 1930′s and 1940′s but its boom was in the decades of the 60′s and the 70′s. Some schoolars say magical realism is the South American counterpart for European fantasy. The 60′s and 70′s were a time where regionalization, social movements, indigenism, and protest literature. A time where the public written word could be highly manipulated and reality was being distanced from the truth. 

In magical realism there are no explanations for magical, irrational, fantastics events, the narrator isn’t surprised about them and the writers expect the same from their readers. It’s influenced by surrealism, psychianalysis, dreams, originary people from South America with their culture, traditions, rites, and mythology. 

The limits between reality and magic are blurry. but the most important characteristic is fiction found in the most traditional scenes. Scenes that can happen in real life but with a subtle touch of magic, there’s no explanation for it, and no one tries to explain it either.

The usual theme for magical realism is self awareness from South American writers, they distance themselves, and their stories, from an European context. They search and build an identity for South American people, people from different backgrounds, history, stories, traditions and cultures. The setting can be a fictional place or a real place. This fictional place can be anywhere in South America, and it, as it was a living creature, helps to move the plot. Characters are often common people, there are no chosen ones, anyone can be affected by magic. And most important, if they see, produce, or fall under magic, they don’t try to explain it. Their reaction isn’t indifference but they give us a sense of being used to it.

Some authors are Gabriel García Márquez, Jorge Luis Borges, Juan Rulfo, Isabel Allende, Mario Vargas Llosa, and Laura Esquivel.

Some examples are (in order of the authors above), A Hundred Years of Solitude (best example of magical realism), Uqbar, Tlön, Orbis Tertius (a short story), Pedro Páramo, Eva Luna, Conversation in the Cathedral (some people say The Time of the Hero, The War of the End of the World, and The Feast of the Goat also fall into magical realism), and Like Water for Chocolate.

In the end, writing magical realism is adding magical touches into a realistic story and some people are indifferent to it, some give it symbolism, some believe it to be a sign, but there are no explanations and no magical creatures.

L.-

ps: Julio Cortázar is also mentioned for writing magical realism, the example given is Casa Tomada, but this guy deserves a genre on his own.

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