Ghosts of Belfast - Pages 216 - 242 Summary & Analysis

Stuart Neville
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In Chapter 31, Gerry dreamt that he was naked and in bed with Marie McKenna. He put his hand on her breast, and when he took it away there was a smear of blood on her skin. When he tried to wipe it away, he only left more blood. As she twisted away from him, he pleaded with her to let him “make it better” (218). As Marie’s screams became louder in his head, Fegan felt himself being shaken awake by the airport shuttle conductor. He got off of the bus and, outside of the terminal, called Marie to tell her that he had arrived.

Later, Fegan, Marie, and Ellen drove away from the airport in Marie’s car. Marie had gone through security and then, when the time to board the plane came, said that she wasn’t boarding and left. She announced...

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