Sansa Stark, the daughter of Lady Catelyn and Lord Eddard Stark, is introduced as a girl that very much fits the stereotype of a highborn lady in fantasy literature. In fact, when Sansa is first seen in the novel she is sewing and had her work described as pretty as she is (55). This characterization is crucial because it is the first time we ever know her and rather than her work be described as skillfully done, it is described as pretty. Additionally, the reader is inclined to think of her appearance first since her work is described as pretty as she is. Shortly after, the narrator explains that Sansa excels at the traditional lady-like hobbies of the medieval world such as sewing, dancing, playing the harp, and singing (56). In short,
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