• ... for most practical purposes, Tarbean had two parts: Waterside and Hillside. Waterside is where people are poor. That makes them beggars, thieves and whores. Hillside is where people are rich. That makes them solicitors, politicians and courtesans.

    Patrick Rothfuss (2010). “The Name of the Wind: The Kingkiller Chonicle:”, p.127, Hachette UK