Sorting Avatar the Last Airbender

July 16, 2020 00:59:59
Sorting Avatar the Last Airbender
The Sorting Hat Chats
Sorting Avatar the Last Airbender

Show Notes

This episode includes: Zuko and Katara as narrative foils -- similar characters with similar motivations and methods who start out on opposite sides of the same war; Toph, Aang, and Azula as characters with the same slippery, easy-breezy, adaptively powerful Secondary; Sokka as a rare Ravenclaw & how his and Katara's sortings & models interact with the gendered roles of their home. 

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