Patriot Games - Study Guide Chapter 3, Flowers and Families Summary & Analysis

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Clancy gives the reader insight into the mind of the terrorist who escaped the scene of attack by following him back to Ireland. The unnamed terrorist is a master of accents and disguise. He is irritated that an American Irish Catholic has interfered, but he is infinitely patient. His group will try again, and he is confident that they will succeed. He spares a thought or two for the captured man, Sean. He is confident that Sean will not betray their group or their cause.

Jack Ryan continues to recover under Wilson's guard at the hospital, he also continues to reflect on the pain in his arm, and how he has a love-hate relationship with pain medications. Ryan had once experienced a horrible back injury and while at Bethesda Naval Hospital. He had become dependent on the morphine sulfate pain medication...

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Patriot Games from Beacham's Encyclopedia of Popular Fiction and Beacham's Guide to Literature for Young Adults. ©2005-2006 Thomson Gale, a part of the Thomson Corporation. All rights reserved.