Chapter 36: Web of the pattern

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Chapter 36: Web of the pattern

Post  kimwhite624 on Tue Jan 27, 2009 5:23 pm

Just something I noticed throughout the story, when Perrin is traveling with Egwene and Elyas, he keeps thinking that he wished he was more like Rand with the ladies. This way he didn't sound like an idiot when talking to Egwene. In this chapter Rand and Mat are shown to their rooms by a serving maid at the Queen's Blessing. Rand thinks to himself how pretty she was, and that "she made him wish he had Perrin's way with girls". Just got the connection between the two. This embarrassment with girls also reminds me how young these boys are. Throughout the story and all of the jouney's they go through, it seems to age them, but in reality they are only in their late teens. (children compared to the old man who recomended I read this story)

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Re: Chapter 36: Web of the pattern

Post  Peter on Mon Feb 09, 2009 5:39 pm

Another interesting thing to note from this is the three boys are always getting into situations with girls, and each time they think to themselves, if only i was one of the other two they are good with girls. It just shows the truth that while you might think someone is better at something than you, they really might have no clue and might think the same of you.

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Re: Chapter 36: Web of the pattern

Post  kimwhite624 on Tue Feb 17, 2009 11:48 am

Kind of like things aren't always as they seem. This is very true in real life. I think of the quote "the grass is always greener on the other side"

I like your thinking Pete!

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Re: Chapter 36: Web of the pattern

Post  Eric Gaidin on Wed Feb 18, 2009 6:44 pm

It's interesting that even among friends you still need to portray a certain persona. That, or the three boys simply believe that they are so awful with girls that the others have to be better. I don't remember seeing this with Mat though. He's the ladies man of the group.
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Re: Chapter 36: Web of the pattern

Post  Peter on Thu Feb 19, 2009 4:03 pm

O i seemed to remember that even Mat would think to himself that Rand or Perrin were good with ladies. Maybe i am mistaken, but the point is still the same.

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Re: Chapter 36: Web of the pattern

Post  Eric Gaidin on Mon Feb 23, 2009 10:40 pm

No, you're right, Mat does express the same concerns. However, he's the first of the three boys to come into maturity on this topic--at least he becomes the womanizer. Flirting is something he takes a fondness to rather quickly. Perrin even mutters those quips of inexperience when he's with Faile.
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Re: Chapter 36: Web of the pattern

Post  Peter on Tue Feb 24, 2009 1:05 pm

Ok yeah i agree with that. Mat is definally the woman's man.

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