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American Gods Quotes by Neil Gaiman

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Who Is Mr. Wednesday? - American Gods

American Gods () is a fantasy novel by British author Neil Gaiman. The novel is a blend of He takes a job as a bodyguard for a mysterious con man, Mr . Wednesday, and travels with him across America, visiting Wednesday's.

Mr. Wednesday

Sign in. On the eve of war, Mr. Wednesday attempts to recruit the Old God Ostara, but needs Mr. Nancy's help in making a good impression and winning her over. Shadow's emotional reunion with his dead and unfaithful wife is interrupted when Mr. Wednesday shows up and they get a surprise visit. In Cairo, Mr.

Mr. Wednesday is the leader of the Old Gods in their war against the New Gods. He is Odin, the All-Father and most prominent god of the Norse pantheon, god.
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Mr. Wednesday (Series)

Shadow has many roles. Gaiman has created a character who, by all appearances, seems to be an average, somewhat uninteresting guy. As we read the novel, Shadow's character become more and more complex and we realize how he is the pivot on which the story turns.

May 12, The first two episodes introduce several characters who all seem a bit Needless to say, minor spoilers lie ahead. Our introduction to Mr. Later, when he and Shadow Moon Ricky Whittle properly meet for the first time, Wednesday demonstrates knowledge for which there is no explanation: He knows that Shadow just got out of prison and that the job Shadow thinks awaits him is no more. When pressed for his name, he asks what day it is — Wednesday, it seems. Odin gouged out one of his eyes in exchange for a drink from the Well of Wisdom; Wednesday has a glass eye.

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  1. Gods and myths are given form as people believe in them, but what happens when the new gods of technology and modern society replace them?

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