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Nora Webster - Chapters 17 – 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 17 – Conor buries himself in his studies, and takes an interest in photography. He also begins to worry about everything. For example, if the car does not start, he worries the family needs a new car. Donal also matures and improves at school, and he readily agrees to help Conor in photography. He even sells Conor his old camera for a pound-ten. Meanwhile, Nora continues to invest herself in music, both in performing and listening. It becomes an escape, and begins to heal her. Christmas and New Year’s come and go.

In January, British troops open fire on peaceful protestors in Derry. A national day of mourning follows. The British Embassy in Dublin is burned down. The family is worried about Aine’s safety. Nora, Paul, and Fiona decide to go to Dublin to see about Aine, because they have been unable to...

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