The following paper depicts George R. R. Martin’s "A Game of Thrones" as a novel worthy of receiving the title of a classic. Classics are presented as a section of literature to which permission is granted based on particular criteria which is full of prejudice, especially towards specific genres. Fantasy is shown as a genre having particular difficulties entering the ‘restricted’ section of literature reserved for classics. A Fantasy novel "A Game of Thrones" is analyzed in terms of characters and symbols discerned as the paramount elements of a classic. Presented characters and symbols demonstrate that "A Game of Thrones" possesses the elements characteristic of all classics and despite the fact that it belongs to genre of Fantasy it is feasible it will become a classic.