The Wise Man's Fear: The Kingkiller Chronicle: Day Two - Chapter 81 - 90 Summary & Analysis

Patrick Rothfuss
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In Chapter 81, Dedan told a story about Felurian, a legendary Fae who seduced and killed men. Hespe became jealous and angry with Dedan when he spoke of Felurian’s beauty.

In Chapter 82, Kvothe and Tempi moved their group’s camp. Tempi found a tick and made a brushing gesture with his hands that signified disgust. Kvothe deduced that in Adem culture, people used their hands to express feelings instead of their facial expressions. Tempi explained that he only smiled using his face when he was around his family and certain close friends. Tempi viewed most people outside Ademre as barbarians because they did not follow these practices that he found second nature.

In Chapter 83, Marten told the group a story about Taborlin the Great. The comrades spoke about how they imagined Taborlin’s cloak of no particular color looked. Then, Kvothe told a...

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