Gordian knot comparison

"Just as Alexander the Great solved the issue of the Gordian Knot by cleaving it in two, Martin solved the problem by separating the story into two volumes, hence why A Feast for Crows and A Dance With Dragons deal with concurrent events." 

This is a cute comparison, but it doesn't truly make a lot of sense. Saying the Meereenese Knot is somehow "solved" is nonsense. KarstenO (talk) 18:46, May 18, 2016 (UTC)