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  • Prompted by a biographer called Chronicler who realizes his true identity, Kvothe starts to tell his life story.

    The Name of the Wind

  • "The Name of the Wind" is the story of Kvothe pronounced "quothe", a man of legend who has been found by a man known as The Chronicler who seeks to write down the real story of Kvothe's life.

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  • From these two data, as well as from the character of the items of information which may have been conjectured to have been derived from this source, the conclusion is forced upon us that the Book of Kings cited by the Chronicler is a late compilation far removed from actual tradition, and in relation to the canonical Book of


  • The arrival of 'Chronicler', a man searching for a legend, soon reveals the truth to us: that our flame-haired innkeeper is really Kvothe, a warrior and spellcaster of powerful repute.

    The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss

  • Dan Coats is a trainwreck, a rabid Clinton Chronicler.

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  • Chronicler of dark and disturbing relationships in such films as Leaving Las Vegas and The Loss of Sexual Innocence, Figgis might seem the ideal person to tackle such material.

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  • A Pathfinder Chronicler or a Balanced Scale of Abadar could come in incredibly handy with encumbrance.

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  • "Roger Melis: Chronicler and Flaneur" is a retrospective of the German photographer, showing 200 photographs, including work from Paris, London and Moscow in the 1960s.

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  • If the Chronicler believed in a judgment after death there wouldn't be a need to "explain" why Menasseh went unpunished, because his punishment would still be pending.

    The Greatest Disagreement in the Bible? Job vs. Chronicles

  • I've understood the disagreement to be between Job and Proverbs, and that the Chronicler shares the assumptions of the traditional wisdom tradition: bad things happen to bad people; good things happen to good people.

    The Greatest Disagreement in the Bible? Job vs. Chronicles


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