The Name of the Wind - Chapters 21 – 40 Summary & Analysis

Patrick Rothfuss
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In Chapter 21: Basement, Bread, and Bucket, Kvothe has been living in Tarbean for a month. Kvothe begs and steals to get by. Trapis, a man of faith in a patched robe, spends his life caring for the less fortunate. By doing chores for him, Kvothe is able to earn an honest meal.

In Chapter 22: A Time for Demons, months pass by. Kvothe learns much from his life on the streets, from what restaurants throw away what food to how long food could be eaten before it rotted to the point of causing illness. Midwinter pageantry arrives in Tarbean, and numerous troupes converge upon the city to act, pretending to be demons playing tricks on citizens. Many citizens also participate. When the name of God, Tehlu, is invoked, those playing demons are to cease their tricks and run away. Kvothe takes the time to beg...

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