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She approaches him, he smiles, and like a bad seventies porno minus the audio track, they have sex. As sex is implied so is the connection that Emberlee was one of the girls who were spying on Bast earlier.
I was momentarily put off when Bast realized he was being spied on but this faded as the reader is brought quickly into the knowledge that Bast is fully aware of their presence prior to him taking his clothes off to bathe.
Emberlee, however, is not aware that Bast is spying on her. He makes his presence known after watching her for a few moments and she is obviously not expecting anyone.
This is where the split hairs come into play for me. This is a day in the life of Bast; his normal behavior throughout that day is implied aplenty but the reader is in the dark in other areas.
For all we know, Emberlee and the other girls routinely have liaisons during their baths just as they routinely spy on Bast. Most would disqualify this scene as abusive as Emberlee does end up having sex with Bast willingly.
In fact it is largely this happening, this dynamic, that made it so hard for me to figure just what was bothering me about this scene in particular.
The flowers in the water, the eventual sex I did something romantic for her, of course I get to take a peek - she owes me.
I feel that Rothfuss could have done a better job of this scene. Yes, this is a book that is of an era archetype - yes, this kind of action is believable of that era of all eras, actually.
However, this is a fantasy book Nothing in the story depends upon how this scene plays out and if consent was implied in this scene as it is in others in some way, there would be no split hairs hanging about the place for me.
This splitting of hairs also brings up a further layer to the issue: Bast, as a character, is a in the apparent perception of his behavior though we are made aware that this juxtaposes with who he actually is young man who possesses an individual nature just like any other young male character would.
I quite like Bast in this story and the story itself was easily a four star read for me as a companion novella to the series. I think the best example I can come up with as a comparison to how I feel about this issue is the following.
One of these authors is Steinbeck. He was able to marry social commentary with his work to an impressive and important degree.
He also uses the n-word in his books. This word is, in the works that I have read, always said by a character and is representative of how such a character would have talked and thought during that era.
Later, logic won out and I felt that it was important for the characters to be realistic so that people can read them and learn from that ugly need to classify someone as someone beneath you, that need to hate or disregard someone based on the color of their skin or any difference , learn from it so that we can change it.
But, I repeat, this is fantasy. Bast is not representative of historical canon and action. Had Rothfuss made us aware that Bast and Emberlee routinely met up and his actions were more about surprise than intrusion - nothing of the story would have been changed other than the flavor of this scene.
With that simple twist, Rothfuss could have fleshed his world and his character in a way that was different enough to mean something.
But, just as not everyone will agree with my opinion of this scene, not everyone has the same ideas framed in the same psychology or experience as I do about how to treat and interact with other people.
It does more than bolster it actually, it fetishizes it. So while I enjoyed this read and I enjoy Bast, while I have no real need for Bast to be anything but what he is and there are plenty of unknowns surrounding this situation, while I will continue to read Rothfuss because I like the world that he has built up and I enjoy his style, there is a tinge of disappointment with this one scene.
Nov 16, Blair rated it it was amazing. Adds a little more information to the overall story. A day in the life of Bast. Or is that just baseless speculation?
View all 3 comments. Not much happened in the story but still it was really really interesting. I think it would be great if there were more bast chapters in the third book!
Oct 05, Yi Ly rated it it was amazing. Sencillamente, siempre es un placer leer a Patrick. Feb 07, Calvinist Batman rated it it was amazing. Arguably my favorite thing Rothfuss has written.
Second maybe only to The Name of the Wind. Pretty sure this is a slight prequel. Aug 23, Lukas Lovas rated it it was amazing. It suited me much more than the Slow regard of silent things did, and it was much more Name of the Wind-like, I guess.
Jan 15, Matt S rated it really liked it Shelves: Nice to get a taste of the Kingkiller Chronicles again. Read as part of the Rogues anthology and my favourite of that collection.
This is a day in the life of Bast. There has Nice to get a taste of the Kingkiller Chronicles again. There has always been a secret, more-than-meets-the-eye feeling about Bast and this definitely satisfied that itch.
May 30, Rachel Humphrey rated it it was amazing Shelves: This novella reveals more how Bast has instinctive magics and a differing moral code than humans.
His base instincts rule his behavior similar to Felurian but he could easily kill if he felt it was needed without any remorse, similar to Cthaeh.
Bast also performs some form of sympathy that is different than any sympathy shown previously. No tiene personajes importantes, salvo Bast, ni ocurre nada importante.
Oct 03, Matt Davenport rated it really liked it Shelves: Bast is a very compelling character, and his motives or own morality are semi-ambiguous in the main story, so this story gives an interesting look into his world and his views.
I love this world and I love Rothfuss, so I enjoyed it. Even if you had no context it would probably be an interesting, if confusing at times, read.
Aug 10, Kane Mason rated it it was amazing. I listened to the audiobook version of this as part of the "Rogues" novella and short story collection and found it to be wonderfully Cheeky; rich with descriptions that quickly ignite the imagination, and be filled with intriguing characters.
In short, I found it to be a superb little day-in-the-life tale. Apr 06, Christian rated it it was amazing. Beautifully written and full of little details.
Sep 26, Sean Lynch rated it it was amazing. Read this way too fast to fully enjoy it. Gotta read again shortly to fully digest.
May 26, Kylie rated it it was ok. My first two star-read of I considered this 58 pointless pages that I did not find enjoyable in the least. Jan 16, Elaine rated it really liked it Shelves: It was great to spend a day with Bast.
This was a really good story. I knew it was a short, but was still so sad when it was over! A must read for every Kingkiller Chronicles fan.
Clever, funny and brilliant. Mar 20, Devon Bowser rated it really liked it Shelves: Estaban cargadas y deshilachadas en su deseo.
Jun 29, Amber rated it it was amazing Shelves: Because, you know, Bast. It was always evident that Bast had a strict, unusual moral code.
I enjoyed a deeper exploration of it, and a glimpse at what he gets up to away from "the innkeeper. Especially because I needed this. Jun 16, Emily Rios rated it it was amazing.
Simplemente disfrute nuevamente de la forma de escribir de Patrick como siempre. Sep 14, TL rated it it was amazing. I would follow him around any day.
Una historia interesante y entretenida, un cuento bonito, muy bien escrito, sobre uno de los personajes de El nombre del viento.
Feb 12, Andreia rated it liked it. A short-story for the fans of The Kingkiller Chronicle.