A craven can be as brave as any man “A craven can be as brave as any man, when there is nothing to fear. And we all do our duty, when there is no cost to it.” Excerpt From George R. R. Martin's a Game of Thrones 4-Book Bundle Hi. What does “A craven can be as brave as any man” mean? A craven can be VERY brave? Any other interpretations? Thank you.
Sep 16, 2018 1:25 PM
Answers · 7
Same answer as every other time you've asked this question. At this point, you're being deliberately obtuse or you just want attention. I feel very bad for the people who answer this when you're just going to ignore the answer and ask it again in a few days. (to anyone who is answering, I think he's just trying to get a rise out of people.) Find a new question.
September 16, 2018
When there is nothing to fear, there is no disadvantage in being a coward.
September 16, 2018
It means that it is easy to appear to be brave when, in reality, there is nothing to fear. So it is saying that a craven is not brave, it only appears to be.
September 16, 2018
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